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Stockholm County (Stockholms län) is a county or län (in Swedish) on the Baltic sea coast of Sweden. It borders Uppsala County and Södermanland County. It also borders Mälaren and the Baltic Sea. The city of Stockholm is the capital of Sweden. Stockholm County is divided by the historic provinces of Uppland (Roslagen) and Södermanland (Södertörn). More than one fifth of the Swedish population lives in the county. Stockholm County is also one of the statistical riksområden (national areas) according to NUTS:SE, Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics within the EU. With more than two million inhabitants, Stockholm is the most densely populated county of Sweden.
Cities, towns & villages in Stockholm
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NynäshamnNynäshamn is a locality and the seat of Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 13,510 inhabitants in 2010. While interest in the area as a potentially useful port grew from the mid 19th Century, it was only with the opening of the railway to Stockholm in 1901 that Nynäshamn started to develop. Nynäshamn was the venue of the Olympic sailing regatta in 1912. Nynäshamn is served by Stockholm commuter rail (Pendeltåg) and several bus routes. Show Nynäshamnon the map
OrnöOrnö is the largest island in the southern half of the Stockholm archipelago, situated just north of the island of Utö. It belongs to the municipality of Haninge. The island is approx. 15 km long and 3–4 km wide. The primary connection with the mainland, a car ferry line, is operated by Ornö Sjötrafik. This is a community owned company. The ferry goes between Dalarö on the mainland and Hässelmara on north-western Ornö. There are some 300 people living on the island all year round. During summertime, the number of people on the island multiplies. Show Ornöon the map
TenstaTensta is a district in Spånga-Tensta borough, Stockholm, Sweden. There are about 6,000 apartments in Tensta and a population of 17,083 as of December 31, 2007. Modern Tensta, with its Plattenbau-style concrete apartment buildings, was constructed in the 1960s. Like nearby Rinkeby and Hjulsta, it was part of the Million Programme, and became known nationwide in the late 1960s. This was partially because lots of people moved in when the area was still a construction site, and it took years before the metro station opened (in 1975). Show Tenstaon the map
SandhamnSandhamn (Swedish for \"Sand Harbour\") is a small settlement in the central-peripheral part of the Stockholm Archipelago in central-eastern Sweden, approximately 50 km (30 mi) east of Stockholm. Sandhamn is located on the island Sandön (\"Sand Island\"), which is, however, colloquially referred to as Sandhamn. One of the most important natural ports in the archipelago with easy access to the Swedish capital, Sandhamn has been popular for pleasure boating since the late 19th century. It is known for its tavern, its clubhouse, and its harbour. Show Sandhamnon the map
JakobsbergJakobsberg is a suburban area (pop. 24,046) within Stockholm urban area, and the seat of Järfälla Municipality, Stockholm County in Sweden. Jakobsberg, Järfälla's commercial and administrative centre, grew up around the railway. In the 1940s, blocks of flats were built and the municipal council moved its offices here. Jakobsberg gradually became the centre of the municipality and now has a population of 24,046. The Jakobsberg Centre includes shops, offices, car parks and apartments, as well as a modern library, an art gallery, an exhibition hall and a cinema. Show Jakobsbergon the map
RotebroRotebro is a neighbourhood of Sollentuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, and is part of Stockholm. It is divided into two parts, Rotsunda and Gillbo, by the railway. Rotebro is located in the northernmost part of Sollentuna Municipality. In the 1890s, a yeast factory moved there from Alkärret, Brunnsviken. Wesströms tool factory (near lake Norrviken) and Goljes rubber factory were other important businesses in the area. Rotebro has a station on the Stockholm commuter rail system, 19 km north of Stockholm Central Station. Show Rotebroon the map
BollmoraBollmora is the central district and municipal seat of Tyresö Municipality in Sweden. Together with major parts of the other two main districts of Tyresö, Trollbäcken and Gamla Tyresö, Bollmora forms a conurbation with Stockholm. Bollmora centre (Bollmora centrum) was inaugurated in 1965, and it was fairly ordinary small-town centre with pedestrian streets. The centre underwent a major overhaul to an enclosed shopping mall in early 1990s. It was renamed Tyresö centre (Tyresö centrum) and the new centre was inaugurated in 1992. Lake Barnsjön is a popular spot for bathing and fishing. Show Bollmoraon the map
JordbroJordbro is a suburban locality situated in Haninge Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 10,291 inhabitants in 2010. The suburb is separated in two by the Stockholm commuter rail. Route 73 (Nynäsvägen), passes just east of Jordbro and connects Stockholm and Nynäshamn. East of the railway lies a housing area built as part of the Million Programme, in the 1960s and 1970s. The housing area is made up of blocks of flats, with single family homes to the north and to the south. Show Jordbroon the map
MärstaMärsta (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈmæʂˑʈa]; roughly pronounced MASH-tah ) is a suburb of Metropolitan Stockholm, a locality and the seat of Sigtuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 24,068 inhabitants in 2010. The town is situated close to Stockholm's main international airport, Arlanda. Even if its origins go back to around 500 AD, Märsta is a widespread modern residential area. Märsta has a mix of multi-storey dwellings and smaller houses. It is in a phase of expansion and new residential areas are built both in central parts of Märsta and in the surrounding areas like for instance Steningehöjden. Märsta can be reached by commuter trains from Stockholm running at quarterly intervals during daytime and by bus from Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The central parts of Märsta has a shoppi Show Märstaon the map
GrisslehamnGrisslehamn is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 249 inhabitants in 2010. It is located on the coast by the Sea of Åland; the Eckerö Linjen ferries between Åland and Sweden operate between Grisslehamn and Berghamn on Eckerö, Åland. The artist Albert Engström had a studio in Grisslehamn, where he painted oils and water colours of the Roslagen landscape. He lived in the town for a number of years, and his home is now a museum of his life and work. Show Grisslehamnon the map
DalaröDalarö is a locality situated in Haninge Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,199 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated south-east of Stockholm and is part of Metropolitan Stockholm and serves as a recreational summer spot for Stockholmers. At the beginning of the year 2004, the automobile company Volvo used the town for the unconventional The Mystery of Dalarö advertising campaign. Show Dalaröon the map
SigtunaSigtuna is a locality situated in Sigtuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 8,444 inhabitants in 2010. It is the namesake of the municipality even though the seat is in Märsta.Sigtuna is, despite its small population, for historical reasons often still referred to as a town. Statistics Sweden, however, only counts localities with more than 10,000 inhabitants as cities. Show Sigtunaon the map
StavsnäsStavsnäs is a locality situated on the north east part of the island Fågelbrolandet in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 810 inhabitants in 2010. As there are numerous vacation houses in the area, the population is significantly larger during summer. Stavsnäs is accessible by road from Stockholm. In Stavsnäs By there is the old harbour, Sommarhamn, a museum dedicated to the history of the archipelago and its inhabitants, Skärgårdsmuseet, and a bakery and café which turns into a restaurant and bar in the evenings. Show Stavsnäson the map
SköndalSköndal (Fairvale) is a district in the Farsta borough of southern Stockholm. It neighbours Gubbängen to the northwest, Hökarängen to the west, Farsta to the southwest and Larsboda to the south. To the east and partially north it neighbours the Skarpnäck borough, in particular the districts of Skarpnäcks Gård and Orhem. As of December 31, 2008, the total population of Sköndal is 7,450. Sköndal is well served by Stockholm's public transport system, with buses running from Sköndals Centrum to Farsta, and from the nearby motorway, Tyresövägen, to Gullmarsplan. Show Sköndalon the map
DrottningholmDrottningholm, literally \"Queen's Islet\", is a locality situated in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, with 398 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated on the island Lovön in lake Mälaren on the outskirts of Stockholm. Drottningholm Palace, the residence of the Swedish Royal Family since 1981, is located here. The village was planned and built in the mid 18th century for the people working at the palace. It is a good example of how a Swedish village would have looked like in the 18th and 19th centuries, containing many picturesque houses and villas. Show Drottningholmon the map
KallhällKallhäll is a neighbourhood in Järfälla Municipality, Stockholm County. It is a suburban part of Stockholm urban area with a population of 12.000 inhabitants as of 2011 (including Stäket). Kallhäll started as an industrial suburb when the industrialist Erik Bolinder decided to move his Bolinders Mechanical Shops to Kallhäll from Kungsholmen in central Stockholm. Housing for employees was built, thus expanding Kallhäll. The Bolinder factory structures remain today, encircled by expensive, lake adjacent modern residences. Show Kallhällon the map
TumbaTumba is a bimunicipal locality and the seat of Botkyrka Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden with 37,852 inhabitants in 2010. A part of its statistical urban area, called Rönninge, is in Salem Municipality. The population is 35,311 (2005). The Swedish krona banknotes are printed by Crane AB at Tumba Bruk, in Tumba. Tumba is situated half-way between Stockholm and Södertälje and is considered a Stockholm suburb. In Tumba and Rönninge there are stations on the Stockholm commuter rail network. The melodic death metal band Amon Amarth is from Tumba. Show Tumbaon the map
HagalundHagalund is a residential area and railway yard in Solna Municipality, 5km north of central Stockholm. It is known for the blue skyscrapers \"Blåkulla\" (Blue Hill) which, against a rather strong and long-lasting opinion, in the beginning of the 1970s replaced a picturesque working-class and craftsman neighbourhood built in the 1890s and portrayed by artist Olle Olsson Hagalund. There are still about half a dozen old houses preserved, a minor area called Gamla Hagalund (Old Hagalund) in the eastern part of the area. It is not far away from Huvudsta and Bergshamra, Solna. Show Hagalundon the map
AkallaAkalla is a district (Swedish: stadsdel) in Rinkeby-Kista borough, Stockholm, Sweden. Akalla has 8,153 inhabitants as of December 31, 2007, in which immigrants, mostly from Iran, make up 64% of the population. Right outside Akalla is Barkarby Airport, until its closure in 2010 Sweden's oldest active airport. Show Akallaon the map
ViraVira bruk is a village and an historic iron works in Österåker in Sweden. Vira bruk was founded around 1630 by Clas Fleming. On the basis on a monopoly granted by a royal privilege it manufactured most of the rapiers and swords for the Swedish army into the mid 19th Century. The royal privilege lasted until 1775, but the forge continued to supply weapons to the Swedish armed forces into the 19th Century and later manufactured civilian products, such as axes and scythes, into the mid-20th Century. Vira bruk is now a museum. Show Viraon the map
VallentunaVallentuna is a bimunicipal locality and the seat of Vallentuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 29,519 inhabitants in 2010. It stretches over two municipalities in Stockholm County, in the Roslagen region. Vallentuna is also a suburb of Stockholm. The part of the locality which is situated in Vallentuna Municipality is the seat of that municipality.The southern part, situated in Täby Municipality, is called Täby kyrkby. Vallentuna's cultural landscape is well preserved, and human habitation in the area has been traced back as far as the stone age. Archeological excavations in southern Vallentuna near Lilla Gävsjö uncovered remains of a stone age settlement. Show Vallentunaon the map
TrollbäckenTrollbäcken is a district of Tyresö Municipality in Sweden. It is located south of Bollmora along county road 260. Trollbäcken contains almost exclusively detached houses. In the area of Trollbäcken centre (Trollbäckens centrum), also known as Alléplan, there are some multi-apartment buildings and commercial structures. Trollbäcken has as of January 1, 2004 11,715 inhabitants, which is 29.2% of the population of Tyresö Municipality. Lake Barnsjön is a popular spot for bathing and fishing. Show Trollbäckenon the map
HovgårdenHovgården is an archaeological site on the Lake Mälaren island of Adelsö in Ekerö Municipality in central-eastern Sweden. During the Viking Age, the centre of the prospering Mälaren Valley was the settlement Birka, founded in the mid-8th century and abandoned in the late 10th century and located on the island Björkö just south of Adelsö. Hovgården is believed to have been the site from which kings and chieftains ruled the area. Hovgården, together with Birka became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. Show Hovgårdenon the map
LiljeholmenLiljeholmen is a district of the borough in Söderort, the southern suburban part of Stockholm. In 1860 Liljeholmen became the first suburb outside Stockholm city limits. The district was a municipal community in Brännkyrka municipality until 1913, when it was incorporated into Stockholm. During the 1912 Summer Olympics, it hosted parts of the cycling and equestrian events. Metro lines 13 and 14 stop at Liljeholmen Metro station and there are 3 tram stops for Tvärbanan in the district: Årstadal, Liljeholmen and Trekanten. Show Liljeholmenon the map
EdsbergEdsberg is an urban district in Sollentuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It is located at the bottom of the Edsviken Bay, which forms a long inlet all the way from the Baltic Sea. It forms part of Stockholm. In daily use Edsberg means the area with multifamily houses spread around Edsbergs centrum and Edsbergskyrkan north of Danderydsvägen. The municipality part called Edsberg also contains Landsnora, an area of villas to the south of Danderydsvägen and the east of Edsbergsparken. A bit further on to the south of Danderydsvägen is the new area called Kvarnskogen with a mixed set of house types. Also contained in Edsberg is Edsängen between Edsberg and Frestavägen, and the summer house areas a bit further north called Södersättra and Norrsättra. Plans to develop the area to the ea Show Edsbergon the map
HusbyHusby is a district (Swedish: stadsdel) in Rinkeby-Kista borough, Stockholm, Sweden. Husby has 11,551 inhabitants as of December 31, 2007. T Husby is located on the blue Metro line. The main construction of modern Husby, with its multi-level concrete apartment buildings, started in 1972 as part of the Million Programme. The subway station was opened in 1977 and the train takes approx. 20 minutes to Stockholm City. The name of the suburb was taken from a former royal farm, still located in the area. The streets of Husby are named after cities in Norway. There are many runestones in the surroundings of Husby, remnants from when Vikings used to live here. Show Husbyon the map
FlemingsbergFlemingsberg a southern suburb of Stockholm, Sweden, located in Huddinge Municipality in the south-western part of the contiguous Stockholm urban area. It is located approximately 15 minutes by Stockholm commuter rail from central Stockholm, or 20–30 minutes by car. Flemingsberg has 12,000 inhabitants, around 12,300 people work there, and there are about 13,000 students studying at Södertörn University College. Show Flemingsbergon the map
BlackebergBlackeberg is a suburb of Stockholm built in the 1950s, and is part of the Bromma borough. Blackeberg was originally a croft first mentioned in 1599. The croft was demolished in 1861 by Knut Ljunglöf, who built a house, a stable, a mill and a saw instead. The saw and mill are now both cultural relics and are still standing in Kvarnviken for tourists to see. The city of Stockholm bought Blackeberg in the late 1940s. Three-story apartment blocks and a centre with a cinema and a library were built in the 1950s. Many people moved from the central parts of Stockholm to Blackeberg and neighbouring suburbs. Blackeberg has a metro station. It was designed by Peter Celsing and opened in 1952. Show Blackebergon the map
LidingöLidingö is an island in the inner Stockholm archipelago, northeast of Stockholm, Sweden. In 2010, the population of the Lidingö urban area on the island was 1,001. It is the seat of government of the Lidingö Municipality, Stockholm County. Show Lidingöon the map
RimboRimbo is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 4,629 inhabitants in 2010. Rimbo is located about 20 km west of the municipal seat Norrtälje. Rimbo grew up as a railhead at the junction between the narrow gauge railways to Uppsala and Norrtälje (1884), Stockholm (1885) and Hallstavik (1896). The last line (to Stockholm, part of Roslagsbanan) was closed in 1981. A formal decision has been taken to reopen the 14 km line to Kårsta (the present northern terminus of Roslagsbanan), but no funds have been allocated. Show Rimboon the map
KistaKista (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈɕiːsta]) is a city of Stockholm Municipality in Sweden. Located northwest of central Stockholm, it is divided by the Stockholm Metro blue line into a western part which is primarily a working class and middle class residential area, and an eastern part occupied by commercial ventures, mostly in the telecommunication and information technology industry. Show Kistaon the map
LandsortLandsort is a Swedish village with a lighthouse on the island of Öja. The tower was built in 1689, with an upper conical iron section added in 1870. Open fires, serving as beacons, have been lit at the site since early times. Landsort is the southernmost point of the Stockholm archipelago. Show Landsorton the map
FinnhamnFinnhamn is an island in the Stockholm archipelago. It is in Österåker Municipality and lies to the east of Ingmarsö and to the west of Husarö. The name is derived from the Finnish boats which called into the natural harbour on their way to and from Stockholm. A wealthy coal merchant built a house here in 1915 and this is now a youth hostel which is open all year round. Finnhamn was bought by Stockholm City in 1943. Two companies, Cinderellabåtarna and Waxholmsbolaget, have scheduled ferry services to the islands. The journey takes around two and a half hours from the centre of Stockholm. Show Finnhamnon the map
HandenHanden is a part of Metropolitan Stockholm, and the seat of Haninge Municipality (Haninge kommun) in Stockholm County in eastern Sweden. It had 11,524 inhabitants in 2003. Geographically and statistically Handen is a part of Stockholm urban area (total population 1,200,000). Handen has a station on the Stockholm commuter rail system and a large bus terminal serving great areas of Södertörn. Handen is where the municipality seat of Haninge is located. Haninge's major shopping centre, Haninge Centrum, and the joint campus of KTH and Södertörns Högskola, are also located here. Show Handenon the map
VaxholmVaxholm is a locality and the seat of Vaxholm Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It is located in the Stockholm archipelago. The name Vaxholm comes from Vaxholm Castle, which was constructed in 1549 on an islet with this name on the inlet to Stockholm, for defense purposes, by King Gustav Vasa. Show Vaxholmon the map
HökarängenHökarängen is a district in the Farsta borough of southern Stockholm. It neighbours Fagersjö to the west, Farsta to the south, Sköndal to the east and Gubbängen to the north. As of December 31, 2012, the total population of Hökarängen is 8,916. Show Hökarängenon the map
AngarnAngarn is a former ward in Vallentuna Municipality, Uppland (Stockholm). Since 2006, Angarn has been part of Össeby congregation. In Angarn there are about 450 ancient monuments: cairns and stone circles of Bronze Age type, a remarkable rock carving, burial ground from the older and younger Iron Age and 10 rune stones. The rectangular granite Angarn Church was probably built at the end of the 13th century. The name (\"Angarnæ\", 1333) is a composition of an (\"received\") and garn (\"elongated formation\"), here referring to Angarnsjöängen, formerly a bay against Garnviken (formerly Garn). Show Angarnon the map
NorrmalmNorrmalm is a city district in Stockholm, part of the larger Norrmalm borough. The southern part of the district, Lower Norrmalm (Swedish: Nedre Norrmalm), also known as City, constitutes the most central part of Stockholm, while Upper Norrmalm is more residential. The name Norrmalm is first mentioned in 1288. In 1602 Norrmalm became an independent city with its own mayor and administration called Norra Förstaden (\"Northern Suburb\"). The town was short lived and in 1635 it was incorporated with Stockholm again. Norrmalm is today considered to be the central part of Stockholm. Show Norrmalmon the map
ÖrbyÖrby is a residential area in Söderort, Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. It has an area of 159 hectares and 4,720 inhabitants. Örby got its name from the Örby Manor (Örby slott), as does the neighbouring residential area of Örby slott. Örby was instituted as a so-called (a kind of borough within a rural municipality) within Brännkyrka in 1904. The area was amalgamated with the City of Stockholm in 1913 and the municipalsamhälle was dissolved. In the present administration of the city, it is part of the (borough). Show Örbyon the map
KapellskärKapellskär is a port about 90 kilometres (60 mi) north of Stockholm, in Sweden. It is located by the Baltic Sea, in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County and is served by frequent passenger ferry services to Mariehamn, Åland, Finland, operated by Viking Line, with 3 services per day and direction during peak season. There are also services to Naantali in mainland Finland operated by Finnlink, and to Paldiski in Estonia operated by Tallink and DFDS, although only the Mariehamn route is open to pedestrians: the Naantali and DFDS Paldiski routes require a vehicle. Show Kapellskäron the map
JärnaJärna is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 6,377 inhabitants in 2010. Järna has long been the centre of the anthroposophical movement in Sweden, and there is a private clinic, several schools and other institutions affiliated with the movement. A lot of the buildings, in the nearby village of Ytterjärna, are designed by the Danish-born anthroposophical architect Erik Asmussen (1913–1998), including the Cultural Centre in Ytterjärna, which in 2001 was voted the second best-liked modern building in Sweden. Beata Bergström, photographer, resides here. Show Järnaon the map
FlystaFlysta is a part of the congregation Spånga in the western-most parts of the Stockholm municipality, located just over 10 km from the centre of Stockholm. It is a part of the Spånga-Tensta borough. Despite its location in a predominantly residential suburban area, this community has much of what smaller villages used to have, e.g. a bakery, grocery shops, carpenters, hairdressers located along the main road - Spångavägen. This is a testimony to the fact that it used to be its own village, and a summer residence area at the beginning of the 1900s. Show Flystaon the map
SkogåsSkogås is a district of the Huddinge Municipality in Sweden, 15 kilometres south of Stockholm along the railroad to the city and harbour of Nynäshamn. The population in Skogås reaches 13,000 but lately the suburb has conjoined with its Northern neighbour Trångsund, forming a municipality district with a population of 22,200 people. The largest employer is the commercial centre in Länna. The name Skogås comes from the two words skog - meaning forest, and ås - meaning ridge; hence The Forest-covered Ridge reflecting Skogås's topography of hills, ridges and valleys. Show Skogåson the map
SvedmyraSvedmyra is a suburb in Söderort in the municipality of Stockholm, in the borough of Farsta. Svedmyra is located between Stureby and Tallkrogen, and covers about 0.92 km² of land. Svedmyra is surrounded by forests and green space. The population in 2008 was 2,812. The name \"Svedmyra\" comes from a cottage that was formerly on the site, named Svinmyran, \"Pig Bog\". The cottage is known since the 14th century, and it belonged to Östberga farm. According to legend, Svedmyra was named after all the red forest ants in the forests around Svedmyra. Show Svedmyraon the map
TurebergTureberg is a neighbourhood in Sollentuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 15.560 inhabitants (2011). It is a Stockholm suburb and houses the seat of local government for the municipality as well as a large shopping mall and a Stockholm commuter rail station. Tureberg has also evolved as a law enforcement center for the northern part of metropolitan Stockholm, with police station, court house, prosecutor's office, and a jail, all in buildings built in the 1980s and onwards. The present courthouse was inaugurated in 2010. Show Turebergon the map
Södra ÄngbySödra Ängby is a residential area blending functionalism with garden city ideals, located in western Stockholm, Sweden, forming part of the Bromma borough. Encompassing more than 500 buildings, it remains the largest coherent functionalistic villa area in Sweden and possibly the world, still well-preserved more than a half-century after its construction 1933–40 and protected as a national cultural heritage. The area covers 1.1 square kilometres, and is inhabited by 1,744 people. Show Södra Ängbyon the map
GröndalGröndal (Green Valley) is a district of the borough in Söderort, the southern suburban part of Stockholm. The name Gröndal means Green Dale or Green Valley. Gröndal developed as a working class and industrial suburb after the opening of Liljeholmen freight station in the 1860s. The district was a part of Liljeholmen municipal community in the Brännkyrka municipality until 1913, when Brännkyrka was incorporated into the city of Stockholm. Show Gröndalon the map
SödertäljeSödertälje (Swedish pronunciation: (13px listen)) is a city and the seat of Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 75,283 inhabitants in 2014. The industrial city, about 30 kilometers (19 mi) southwest of Stockholm, is the home to truck maker Scania AB and the research and development arm of a top 10 pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca. Södertälje is an international municipality and this fact is reflected in business, cultural life and the population. Show Södertäljeon the map
Österskär(Not to be confused with Østerskær.) Österskär is eastern part of Åkersberga, Österåker Municipality in Sweden. It hosts the terminal station of the Stockholm suburban railway Roslagsbanan.The area is located in a hilly peninsula between Tunaviken and Sätterfjärden northwest of Trälhavet. Due to the height differences and the possibility to get a sea view speed up the building process. Many Stockholmers have their boats in one of Österskär's many marinas. Show Österskäron the map
KälvestaKälvesta is a suburban district in the borough in western Stockholm. Most of Kälvesta was built during the late 1960s and the 1970s. Kälvesta has two middle schools (Sörgårdsskolan and Björnbodaskolan). The two buses 119 and 116 pass through Kälvesta on their way to either Spånga Station or Vällingby Centrum. In 1977 Linjeflyg Flight 618 crashed in the area killing all 22 aboard including, table tennis player Hans Alsér. Show Kälvestaon the map
RönningeRönninge is a residential area in Salem Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. Statistically it is a part of the bimunicipal contiguously built-up Tumba urban area. The railway Stockholm - Södertälje was opened in 1861. By the beginning of the 1900s a settlement began to grow. A school house was built in 1906. The population of Rönninge is today about 4,300. Rönninge has a station on the Stockholm commuter rail network's Södertälje line. Show Rönningeon the map
SödermalmKatarina-Sofia was a borough (stadsdelsområde) in central Stockholm, named after the two parishes of Katarina and Sofia. Effective January 1, 2007, the borough merged with the borough of Maria-Gamla Stan to form the Södermalm borough. Katarina-Sofia was made up of the eastern half of Södermalm and Hammarby Sjöstad (Södra Hammarbyhamnen). The population as of 2004 was 42,750 on an area of 3.36 km², which gave a density of 12,723.21/km². Show Södermalmon the map
NorsborgNorsborg is a part of Botkyrka Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden. Norsborg and Hallunda are contiguous suburbs. Norsborg has the south-western terminus of the Stockholm metro system's red line. It was opened in 1975 and is the westernmost of all Stockholm metro stations. The largest fresh water plant serving Stockholm, Norsborg Water Works, has been there since 1904. It has a yearly capacity of 80,000,000 m³ of drinking water. Show Norsborgon the map
NackaNacka is the municipal seat of Nacka Municipality and part of Stockholm urban area in Sweden. The municipality's name harks back to a 16th-century industrial operation established by the Crown at Nacka farmstead where conditions for water mills are good. However, and somewhat confusingly, that spot is not densely populated today and the municipal seat is on land that once belonged to Järla farmstead on the other side of Lake Järla. Show Nackaon the map
AbrahamsbergAbrahamsberg is a residential district in the Västerort section of Stockholm municipality, Sweden, and part of the Bromma borough. It is bordered by Riksby, Stora Mossen, Ålsten, Olovslund and Åkeslund and is served by the Abrahamsberg metro station. The district was developed with small blocks of flats in yellow brick, and is therefore sometimes called den gula staden (the yellow city). As of December 2013 it had 3,154 residents. Show Abrahamsbergon the map
VällingbyVällingby (Swedish pronunciation: by most Swedes today understood as \"Gruel Village\", see history below) is a suburban district in Västerort in the western part of Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. Vällingby was planned in the early 1950s as a new town. Following its inauguration in 1954, it soon became world famous as a unique, well-planned city district served by the Stockholm Metro and a symbol of the Swedish middle-way welfare state. Show Vällingbyon the map
SingöSingö Is an island located in the north of Stockholm County, close to the border of Uppsala County. The island has around 400 inhabitants and is around 25 km² big.Söderby, Backby, Tranvik, Ellan, Norrvreta and Boda are the villages located on Singö, the closest village with over 200 inhabitants is however Grisslehamn on Väddö. In Söderby, there is a small grocery store open from 10:00-18:00 in the week and 10:00-15:00 on weekends and holidays. Show Singöon the map
Hässelby VillastadHässelby Villastad is a city district of Stockholm, in the north-western part of the Swedish capital Stockholm. It forms part of Västerort, Stockholm Municipality. Stretching west to Lake Mälaren, it is largely an upper middle-class area with notable landmarks being the central commercial area Åkermyntan, and the big landfill Lövsta, which was used for all of Stockholm's refuse from the late 19th century to about 1950. Show Hässelby Villastadon the map
SkrubbaSkrubba is a district (Swedish: stadsdel) in Skarpnäck borough, Stockholm, Sweden. Skrubba has 19 inhabitants as of December 31, 2007. Skrubba has no permanent housing. An industrial area is on the eastern end of the district, next to the border to Tyresö Municipality. A cemetery and an allotment garden are near to the shore of lake Drevviken. The northwestern part of the district is in the Flaten nature reserve. Show Skrubbaon the map
HerrängHerräng (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈhærːˌɛŋ]) is the northernmost locality in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, with 422 inhabitants in 2010. It is located along the coast at the bay Singöfjärden, 40 kilometres north of the municipal seat Norrtälje. The town has a history of industry and mining, but is today known mainly for being the site of one of the largest lindy hop dance camps in the world, the Herräng Dance Camp. Show Herrängon the map
EnebybergEnebyberg is a suburban area of Stockholm, Sweden, part of Danderyd Municipality, Stockholm County. It was founded in the beginning of the 1900s and became a municipal community in 1914. Enebyberg later merged with Danderyd, Stocksund and Djursholm to form Danderyd Municipality. It is located very close to Täby Municipality and forms a part of its urban area. Famous writer Jonas Gardell is from Enebyberg. Show Enebybergon the map
VasastanVasastaden, or colloquially Vasastan, (Swedish for \"The Vasa City\") is a 3.00 km² large city district in central Stockholm, Sweden. With 58,458 (2006) inhabitants it is the third most populous, and the second most densely populated (17,220/km²) district in Stockholm. The major parks in Vasastaden are Vasaparken and Observatorielunden near the centre and Vanadislunden and Bellevueparken in the north. Show Vasastanon the map
OaxenOaxen is an island and rural locality in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. Oaxen has rich deposits of limestone which have been mined since the 19th century. The island is connected to the mainland with car cable ferry.The island is mostly famous for Oaxens Skärgårdskrog which was a luxurious restaurant that used to be located on Oaxen before moving to Djurgården, Stockholm. Show Oaxenon the map
ViggbyholmViggbyholm is a town in the municipality of Täby, north of Stockholm, Sweden. It is located in the northeast of the municipality, bordering Stora Värtan, an inlet of the Baltic Sea. To the north it borders on the town of Hägernäs, to the west the town of Gribbylund and to the south the town of Näsby Park. Viggbyholm is divided into a northern and a southern district by the E18 motorway. Show Viggbyholmon the map
TullingeTullinge is a suburb of Greater Stockholm, Sweden. It is located in the eastern part of Botkyrka Municipality, on the border to the Flemingsberg part of Huddinge Municipality. It had approximately 20 000 inhabitants in 2011. Tullinge has become known for the Airforce airfield (F18), now closed down and mostly turned into student apartments. Tullinge is a part of Stockholm commuter rail. Show Tullingeon the map
MusköMuskö (literally Musk Island) is an island in the southern part of Stockholm archipelago. It has been best known for its naval base, much of which was closed 2004. There is a small urban area which had 261 inhabitants in 2010. The island is part of Haninge Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. Access to the mainland is by two bridges, as well as a road tunnel, under waters of under the Baltic Sea, with a length of 2895 meters . Show Musköon the map
ViksjöViksjö is a district of Järfälla Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, in Stockholm. Viksjö has 15,000 inhabitants. The district was developed in the 1970s. The architecture consists mainly of detached terraced houses. Viksjö is named after the old farm Viksjö Gård, which dates back to 1734. The name Viksjö is even older, occurring for the first time on an 11th-century rune-stone. Show Viksjöon the map
KungshamraKungshamra is a residential area in Bergshamra, Solna Municipality, Sweden, in the northern outskirts of Stockholm. It has about 1370 student flats. The older houses (about 820 of them) are in raw concrete with bold colours on window frames and doors. Newer houses (550, built during 2003-2005) are painted in gray or white, and decorated with French balconies and yellow windows. Show Kungshamraon the map
Lilla AlbyLilla Alby is a district in the southern corner of Sundbyberg Municipality, Sweden. It lies southwest of the railway Mälaren Line. It is separated from Bromma (Stockholm Municipality) by bay Bällstaviken (part of lake Mälaren) to the southwest, and borders Solna Municipality to the south and east, and Centrala Sundbyberg to the north. Lilla Alby has 4,235 citizens (as of 2013). Show Lilla Albyon the map
DjursholmDjursholm (Swedish pronunciation: [jɵʂˈhɔlm]) is one of four suburban districts in, and the seat of Danderyd Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. Djursholm is included in the multi-municipal Stockholm urban area. Djursholm is divided into a number of different areas - Djursholms Ekeby (northwest), Svalnäs (northeast), Ösby (central), Berga (southwest) and Gamla Djursholm ('Old Djursholm', southeast). Show Djursholmon the map
BrommaBromma is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the western part of Stockholm, Sweden, forming part of the Stockholm Municipality. Bromma is primarily made up of the parish with the same name, and the parish of Västerled. The fourth largest airport in Sweden and the third largest of the airports close to Stockholm, the Stockholm-Bromma Airport, was built in Bromma in 1936. Show Brommaon the map
ÄlvsjöÄlvsjö is a district of the city of Stockholm Municipality in Sweden, located in the borough Älvsjö in Söderort. It has the biggest rentable facility in northern Europe called Stockholm International Fairs, and also the hotel Rica Talk Hotel, which both are located east of Älvsjö commuter train station. In 2008, total population was 956 inhabitants. Show Älvsjöon the map
BjörköBjörkö (Swedish for \"Birch Island\") is an island in Lake Mälaren in eastern-central Sweden. It is mostly famous for housing the excavation site Birka populated c. 750-975 CE, together with Hovgården on Adelsö declared a World Heritage Site in 1993. Located just south of Adelsö and west of Ekerö and Munsö islands, it is one of the islands in Ekerö Municipality. Show Björköon the map
EriksbergEriksberg is a suburb of Botkyra in Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. It contains an industrial estate and residential area of around 3200 people, mainly residing in high-rise buildings which werebuilt in the mid-1970s, and lower buildings erected in the 1980s. The proportion of people with a foreign background as of 2003 was 34.8%. Show Eriksbergon the map
UtöUtö is a small island in the East of Stockholm archipelago, known for its nature. Utö has the oldest iron-ore mines in Sweden. A landmark of Utö is its windmill, which is over 200 years old, and from which there is a good view of the bay Mysingen.It also houses a live fire exercise field. The name of the island, Utö, means \"outer island\" in Swedish. Show Utöon the map
TranholmenTranholmen is a locality situated in Danderyd Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 338 inhabitants in 2010. It is an island in Lilla Värtan, Sweden, less than 100 meters off the Danderyd coastline. In the winter season, when the water is frozen and travel by boat thus is impossible, a floating bridge connects the island to the mainland. Show Tranholmenon the map
AlbyAlby is a suburb in Botkyrka Municipality within Stockholm. Alby has one of the 100 stations of the Stockholm metro system. Alby, a municipal area in Botkyrka, with a population of approximately 10,000, has a very high concentration of immigrants. Most of which live in the 3,000 apartments owned by the construction company Botkyrkabyggen. Show Albyon the map
StocksundStocksund is an upper class suburb in Metropolitan Stockholm, Sweden. Located immediately across the Edsviken and Stocksundet from Bergshamra, Stocksund is one of four parts of Danderyd Municipality north of Stockholm. Glenstudio, where the group ABBA recorded the album ABBA, is located in Långängen, a part of Stocksund. Show Stocksundon the map
ÄlmstaÄlmsta/Elmsta is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It had 924 inhabitants in 2005 and 1,097 in 2010. Älmsta is partly situated on the island Väddö. Elmsta is the old Swedish name, which has become more popular again (e.g. names of stores), while Älmsta still is the official name. Show Älmstaon the map
RosersbergRosersberg is a locality situated in Sigtuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,671 inhabitants in 2010. It grew up around a railway station and got its name from the nearby Rosersberg Palace, one of the royal palaces of Sweden. Rosersberg has a station of the Stockholm commuter rail system. Show Rosersbergon the map
FinstaFinsta is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 244 inhabitants in 2010. Finsta is according to local tradition the birthplace of Saint Bridget of Sweden, as her father was Lawspeaker of Uppland and local landowner; other birthplaces have also been suggested. Show Finstaon the map
VegaVega is a town district in Haninge Municipality, in Sweden. As of February 2005, Vega has a population of about 2700 people. It is located north of Handen and is part of Stockholm. There are plans for a new station on the Stockholm commuter rail system combined with new buildings in the area. Show Vegaon the map
PenningbyPenningby Castle (Swedish: Penningby slott) is a medieval-period private castle located the Länna parish of Norrtälje Municipality in Uppland, 70 kilometres north of Stockholm, Sweden. Penningby situated in the valley near Edsviken, a narrow inlet in the Saltsjön bay of the Baltic Sea . Show Penningbyon the map
OrhemOrhem is a district (Swedish: stadsdel) in Skarpnäck borough, Stockholm, Sweden. Orhem has 82 inhabitants as of December 31, 2006. Orhem has a small number of permanent housing. There are several allotment gardens in Orhem. A large part of Orhem is in the Flaten nature reserve. Show Orhemon the map
JohanneshovJohanneshov is a district in Stockholm located at the intersection of national road 73 and national road 75 in the borough of southern Stockholm, Sweden. The football club Hammarby IF is from Johanneshov. A major landmark of the district is the Ericsson Globe. Show Johanneshovon the map
ResaröResarö is a locality in Vaxholm Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It is located on the island with the same name and had 2,946 inhabitants in 2010. Resarö includes the hamlet of Ytterby, famous for the early research on rare earth metals conducted there. Show Resaröon the map
ÖstermalmÖstermalm (Swedish pronunciation: [œstɛ(r)ˈmalm], sv: eastern city-burough) is a 2.56 km² large district in central Stockholm, Sweden. With 71,802 inhabitants it is one of the most populous districts in Stockholm. It is a wealthy area, having the highest housing prices in Sweden. Show Östermalmon the map
RydboRydbo is a locality situated in Österåker Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 582 inhabitants in 2010. It is situated about 20 km north-east of Stockholm and is served by Roslagsbanan narrow gauge suburban railway. Near Rydbo is Rydboholm Castle. Show Rydboon the map
GustavsbergGustavsberg is a locality and the seat of Värmdö Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden with 11,333 inhabitants in 2010. It is most known for its porcelain factory, Gustavsberg porcelain, and toilet bowls distributed nationwide and internationally. Show Gustavsbergon the map
AlbanoAlbano is an area in Stockholm which has been known as an industrial area during the 20th Century but is now being incorporated in the Stockholm University campus. Albano used to have a railway station at Värtabanan with a connection to Roslagsbanan. Show Albanoon the map
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DuvboDuvbo is an upper-middle-class residential area in Sundbyberg in suburban Stockholm, Sweden. The Duvbo metro station is located in central Sundbyberg, just outside Duvbo and is part of the Stockholm Metro. It was inaugurated on August 19, 1985. Show Duvboon the map
TrångsundTrångsund is a part of Huddinge to the south of Stockholm located between the two lakes Magelungen and Drevviken. The region Trångsund/Skogås has about 21 500 inhabitants. From Trångsund it is a 20-minute travel to Stockholm central by train. Show Trångsundon the map
OrkestaOrkesta is a parish with 1103 inhabitants (2003), located in Vallentuna Municipality, Stockholm County in Sweden. It is located at 59°36'0.00\"N (59.6 N) latitude, 18° 7'0.00\"E (18.1167 E) longitude. Its altitude is at 21.95 meters (72 feet). Show Orkestaon the map
GottröraGottröra is a village in Norrtälje Municipality in the province of Uppland, Sweden. Several hundred ancient monuments are registered in Gottröra. In 1991 the Scandinavian Airlines Flight 751 had to make an emergency landing near Gottröra. Show Gottröraon the map
FarstaFarsta is a district in a borough with the same name in southern Stockholm, see Farsta (borough). It is also a metro station on the Green line (see Farsta metro station). The distance between central Stockholm and Farsta is 8 kilometers. Show Farstaon the map
KristinebergKristineberg is a residential area of Kungsholmen, Stockholm. The land was bought by the city in 1920. Before that it was owned by Kristineberg Palace. Kristineberg metro station is an outdoor station and was opened on 26 October 1952. Show Kristinebergon the map
KårstaKårsta is a locality situated in Vallentuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 457 inhabitants in 2010. Kårsta is since 1980, when the line to Rimbo was cut, the northern terminus of Roslagsbanan narrow gauge suburban railway. Show Kårstaon the map
SlagstaSlagsta is a municipal district and a residential area of Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. It is located between the E4 south and part of Lake Mälaren in the north. The area is named after Slagsta farm. Show Slagstaon the map
SkytteholmSkytteholm is a neighbourhood with 7,000 inhabitants in Solna Municipality, metropolitan Stockholm. It is also the site of the shopping mall Solna centrum, a station of the Stockholm metro and houses the seat of local government. Show Skytteholmon the map
Håbo-TibbleHåbo Municipality (Swedish: Håbo kommun) is a municipality in Uppsala County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Bålsta. The municipality was formed in connexion with the local government reform of 1952. Show Håbo-Tibbleon the map
ÖsterhaningeÖsterhaninge is an urban area located within Haninge Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden. It is the birthplace of former Prime Minister of Sweden Fredrik Reinfeldt, musician Per Ohlin and hockey player Kristian Huselius. Show Österhaningeon the map
RåckstaRåcksta is a district of Västerort, Stockholm, in It is next to the suburbs of Grimsta, Vällingby, Nälsta, Flysta, Beckomberga, Norra Ängby and Blackeberg. It had 4,484 inhabitants in 2005 and is 1.42 km2. Show Råckstaon the map
BrottbyBrottby is a locality situated in Vallentuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 205 inhabitants in 2010. In January 1998, the place was brought attention when Swedish police stroke against a Neo-Nazi rock concert. Show Brottbyon the map
FisksätraFisksätra is a locality situated in Nacka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 7,475 inhabitants in 2010. Built in the 1970s, much of it as council housing, it has inhabitants from 70 different nationalities. Show Fisksätraon the map
Enskede GårdEnskede gård is a community in Söderort, Stockholm, Sweden. It is the site of the Enskede gård metro station. The headquarters of the Serbian Orthodox Diocese of Britain and Scandinavia are located in Enskede gård. Show Enskede Gårdon the map
BromstenBromsten is a middle-class district of northwestern Stockholm and belongs to the Spånga-Tensta borough. The ruins of an ancient hill fort located in the area are believed to be the source of the district's name. Show Bromstenon the map
HägerstenHägersten (Heronstone) is an urban district of Stockholm. It is located in the borough of which was formed 1 January 2007 by merging the former boroughs of Hägersten and Liljeholmen. Show Hägerstenon the map
AlvikAlvik is a residential district in western Stockholm municipality and part of the Bromma borough. The Alvik outdoor Metro station was opened in 1952 and is also a connection to the Tvärbanan light railway. Show Alvikon the map
HölöHölö is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,400 inhabitants in 2010. It lies near the lake Långsjön and is slightly north of Vagnhärad and south of Södertälje. Show Hölöon the map
ÖsmoÖsmo is a locality situated in Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 3,911 inhabitants in 2010. It has a station on the Stockholm commuter rail network, Nynäshamn line (Nynäsbanan). Show Ösmoon the map
BergshamraBergshamra is a suburb in Solna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It is part of the multimunicipal Stockholm urban area. Bergshamra has one of the 100 stations of the Stockholm metro system. Show Bergshamraon the map
StenhamraStenhamra is a locality situated on the island Färingsö in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It had 3,336 inhabitants as of 2010. The specialized Children's Library of Stenhamra is here. Show Stenhamraon the map
HallstavikHallstavik is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 4,476 inhabitants in 2010. The town is famous for its papermill and the Speedway team Rospiggarna. Show Hallstavikon the map
KvarnholmenKvarnholmen is an island east of Stockholm, Sweden. It used to be completely separate, but a permanent land-bridge now connects it to the rest of Nacka, a municipality of greater Stockholm. Show Kvarnholmenon the map
TranebergTraneberg is a residential district in western Stockholm and part of the Bromma borough. For the 1912 Summer Olympics, Tranebergs Idrottsplats hosted some of the football competitions. Show Tranebergon the map
Ella ParkElla Park is a neighbourhood in the central part of Täby Municipality, north of Stockholm. It is dominated by single-family houses built mainly during the period between 1960 and 1970. Show Ella Parkon the map
SticklingeSticklinge is a small community outside Stockholm, Sweden on the island Lidingö. The population is about 5,000 people. The locality Sticklinge udde is located in northern Sticklinge. Show Sticklingeon the map
GubbängenGubbängen metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Gubbängen, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 1 October 1950. The distance to Slussen is 6.7 km. Show Gubbängenon the map
InvernessInverness (59°22′52″N 18°02′03″E / 59.38111°N 18.03417°E) is a community located in upper-middle-class suburb Stocksund in Danderyd Municipality in Metropolitan Stockholm, Sweden. Show Invernesson the map
AspuddenAspudden (Aspencape) is a district of the borough in Söderort, the southern suburban part of Stockholm. Metro line 13 stops at Aspudden metro station. Show Aspuddenon the map
Vita villornaVita villorna is a village in Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 185 people. Show Vita villornaon the map
BrunnaBrunna is a locality and a suburb of Metropolitan Stockholm situated in Upplands-Bro Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 3,925 inhabitants in 2010. Show Brunnaon the map
FiskarhagenFiskarhagen is a village in Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 122 people. Show Fiskarhagenon the map
Roslags NäsbyRoslags Näsby is a neighbourhood in the southern part of the municipality of Täby, north of Stockholm. It is dominated by detached single-family houses. Show Roslags Näsbyon the map
KagghamraKagghamra is a village in Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 139 people. Show Kagghamraon the map
NorrbyvretNorrbyvret is a village in Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 75 people. Show Norrbyvreton the map
TallkrogenTallkrogen (Swedish for the \"Pine Inn\") is a suburban city district located south of central Stockholm, Sweden, but within the Stockholm Municipality. Show Tallkrogenon the map
EdsbroEdsbro is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 488 inhabitants in 2010. Medieval Edsbro Church lies in Edsbro. Show Edsbroon the map
KungsbergaKungsberga is a locality situated on the Lake Mälaren island of Färingsö, Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, with 406 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kungsbergaon the map
ÅvingeÅvinge is a village in Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. According to the 2005 census it had a population of 55 people. Show Åvingeon the map
KärrtorpKärrtorp is a district (Swedish: stadsdel) in the Skarpnäck borough of Stockholm, Sweden,. Kärrtorp has 4,296 inhabitants as of December 31, 2009. Show Kärrtorpon the map
UlvsundaUlvsunda is a district in Bromma in western Stockholm, just east of Stockholm Bromma Airport, built around Ulvsunda Castle, a 17th-century castle. Show Ulvsundaon the map
VårstaVårsta is a suburb of Greater Stockholm and a locality situated in Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 2,396 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vårstaon the map
KungsholmenKungsholmen (King's Islet) is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in central Stockholm, named after the dominating district and island in the borough. Show Kungsholmenon the map
BergshamraBergshamra is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, 15 km south of Norrtälje, Sweden with 749 inhabitants in 2010. Show Bergshamraon the map
SaltsjöbadenSaltsjöbaden is a locality in Nacka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 9,491 inhabitants in 2010. It lies on the Baltic Sea coast. Show Saltsjöbadenon the map
UttranUttran is a municipal district and a residential area of southwest Tumba, Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. Show Uttranon the map
BagarmossenBagarmossen is a district within Skarpnäck borough of Stockholm, Sweden. Bagarmossen has 10,951 inhabitants as of December 31, 2009. Show Bagarmossenon the map
Upplands VäsbyUpplands Väsby is a locality and the seat of Upplands Väsby Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 37,594 inhabitants in 2010. Show Upplands Väsbyon the map
PungpinanPungpinan is a small subdistrict of Skarpnäcks Gård in Skarpnäck borough in Stockholm that consists mostly of detached houses. Show Pungpinanon the map
KungsängenKungsängen is a locality and the seat of Upplands-Bro Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 9,382 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kungsängenon the map
ÅkersbergaÅkersberga is a locality and the seat of Österåker Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 28,033 inhabitants in 2010. Show Åkersbergaon the map
NorrtäljeNorrtälje is a locality and the seat of Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 17,275 inhabitants in 2010. Show Norrtäljeon the map
Oskar-FredriksborgOskar-Fredriksborg is a locality situated in Vaxholm Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 722 inhabitants in 2010. Show Oskar-Fredriksborgon the map
VattubrinkenVattubrinken is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 332 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vattubrinkenon the map
SpillersbodaSpillersboda is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 314 inhabitants in 2005. Show Spillersbodaon the map
PershagenPershagen is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 2,216 inhabitants in 2010. Show Pershagenon the map
MariedalMariedal is a locality situated in Upplands-Bro Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 297 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mariedalon the map
HallundaHallunda is a part of Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. Hallunda and Norsborg are continuous suburbs. Show Hallundaon the map
Hägersten-Liljeholmen is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in Stockholm, Sweden. It is part of the Söderort suburban area. Show Hägersten-Liljeholmenon the map
LandfjärdenLandfjärden is a locality situated in Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 241 inhabitants in 2010. Show Landfjärdenon the map
LindholmenLindholmen is a locality situated in Vallentuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 860 inhabitants in 2010. Show Lindholmenon the map
SjöbergSjöberg is a locality situated in Sollentuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 4,310 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sjöbergon the map
Stora VikaStora Vika is a locality situated in Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 651 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stora Vikaon the map
Gladö KvarnGladö kvarn is a locality situated in Huddinge Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 539 inhabitants in 2010. Show Gladö Kvarnon the map
SvanbergaSvanberga is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 501 inhabitants in 2010. Show Svanbergaon the map
SegersängSegersäng is a locality situated in Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 608 inhabitants in 2010. Show Segersängon the map
MölnboMölnbo is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,052 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mölnboon the map
SkebobrukSkebobruk is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 282 inhabitants in 2010. Show Skebobrukon the map
SödersvikSödersvik is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 281 inhabitants in 2010. Show Södersvikon the map
ViksäterViksäter is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 459 inhabitants in 2010. Show Viksäteron the map
IngaröstrandIngaröstrand is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 286 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ingaröstrandon the map
ÖsthamraÖsthamra is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 255 inhabitants in 2010. Show Östhamraon the map
Norra LagnöNorra Lagnö is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 332 inhabitants in 2010. Show Norra Lagnöon the map
EkebyEkeby is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,018 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ekebyon the map
SolsidanSolsidan is a locality situated in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It had 349 inhabitants in 2010. Show Solsidanon the map
HemmestaHemmesta is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 5,240 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hemmestaon the map
KummelnäsKummelnäs is a locality situated in Nacka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 3,848 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kummelnäson the map
KopparmoraKopparmora is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 631 inhabitants in 2010. Show Kopparmoraon the map
SyltaSylta is a village situated in Upplands-Bro Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 763 inhabitants in 2005. Show Syltaon the map
BrevikBrevik is a locality situated in Lidingö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 8,772 inhabitants in 2010. Show Brevikon the map
MörtnäsMörtnäs is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,511 inhabitants in 2010. Show Mörtnäson the map
GrödbyGrödby is a locality situated in Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 340 inhabitants in 2010. Show Grödbyon the map
ParksidanParksidan is a locality situated in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, with 494 inhabitants in 2010. Show Parksidanon the map
RånäsRånäs is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 428 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rånäson the map
SibbleSibble is a locality situated in Botkyrka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 309 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sibbleon the map
HästhagenHästhagen is a locality situated in Nacka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 499 inhabitants in 2010. Show Hästhagenon the map
Stora StavaStava is a locality situated in Österåker Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 305 inhabitants in 2010. Show Stora Stavaon the map
TäljöTäljö is a locality situated in Österåker Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 387 inhabitants in 2010. Show Täljöon the map
TunaTuna is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 232 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tunaon the map
TureholmTureholm is a locality situated in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, with 260 inhabitants in 2010. Show Tureholmon the map
LångvikLångvik is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 559 inhabitants in 2010. Show Långvikon the map
VidjaVidja is a locality situated in Huddinge Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 682 inhabitants in 2010. Show Vidjaon the map
StrömmaStrömma is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 579 inhabitants in 2010. Show Strömmaon the map
ÄngsvikÄngsvik is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 403 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ängsvikon the map
RakstaRaksta is a locality situated in Tyresö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 746 inhabitants in 2010. Show Rakstaon the map
ÄlvnäsÄlvnäs is a locality situated in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, with 601 inhabitants in 2010. Show Älvnäson the map
TorsbyTorsby is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 477 inhabitants in 2010. Show Torsbyon the map
ÄltaÄlta is a locality situated in Nacka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 9,989 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ältaon the map
ÖlstaÖlsta is a locality situated in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 267 inhabitants in 2010. Show Ölstaon the map
SöderbergaSöderberga is a village (smaller locality) in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. Show Söderbergaon the map
RicksättraRicksättra is a village (smaller locality) in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. Show Ricksättraon the map
SundbySundby is a locality in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden it had 270 inhabitants in 2010. Show Sundbyon the map
ÅkeslundÅkeslund is a residential district in western Stockholm municipality and part of the Bromma borough. Show Åkeslundon the map
SvartsjöSvartsjö is a smaller locality in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden. Show Svartsjöon the map
TörnbyTörnby is a village (smaller locality) in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. Show Törnbyon the map
NockebyNockeby is a residential district in western Stockholm and part of the Bromma borough. Show Nockebyon the map
Enskede-Årsta-Vantör is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the southern part of Stockholm. Show Enskede-Årsta-Vantöron the map
Hässelby-Vällingby is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the western part of Stockholm. Show Hässelby-Vällingbyon the map
SkärholmenSkärholmen is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the southern part of Stockholm. Show Skärholmenon the map
NäsbyparkNäsbypark is a district in Täby Municipality, north of Stockholm, Sweden. Show Näsbyparkon the map
EllanEllan is a village located on Singö in the north of Stockholm County. Show Ellanon the map
MariebergMarieberg is a district in Kungsholmen borough in Stockholm, Sweden. Show Mariebergon the map
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States, regions, administrative units in Stockholm
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NynäshamnNynäshamn is a locality and the seat of Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 13,510 inhabitants in 2010. While interest in the area as a potentially useful port grew from the mid 19th Century, it was only with the opening of the railway to Stockholm in 1901 that Nynäshamn started to develop. Nynäshamn was the venue of the Olympic sailing regatta in 1912. Nynäshamn is served by Stockholm commuter rail (Pendeltåg) and several bus routes.Show on map
Solna KommunSolna (Swedish: Solna kommun or Solna stad, IPA: [ˈsoːlˈna]) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden, located just north of the Stockholm City Centre. Its seat is located in the town of Solna, which is a part of the Stockholm urban area. The municipality is a part of Metropolitan Stockholm. None of the area is considered rural, which is unusual for Swedish municipalities, which normally are of mixed rural/urban character. Solna is the third smallest municipality in Sweden in terms of area.Show on map
Danderyds KommunDanderyd Municipality (Danderyds kommun) is a municipality just north of Stockholm in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. It is one of the smallest municipalities of Sweden, but the most affluent. Its seat is located in Djursholm. The \"old\" rural municipality Danderyd was split up during the early 20th century, when Djursholm and Stocksund broke away in 1901 and 1910 respectively. Since 1971 Danderyd Municipality is reunified in approximately the old boundaries. The current chairman (2011) of the municipal executive committee (kommunstyrelsen) is Björn Hamilton, of the Moderate Party.Show on map
Nykvarns KommunNykvarn Municipality (Nykvarns kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Nykvarn. Nykvarn is a young municipality, and is the result of the splitting of Södertälje Municipality in 1999. Nykvarn can be regarded as a totally new municipality, because there was never before an entity with that territory or that name. The municipality has a significant population increase in the summer thanks to tourism. Nykvarn is located between the two cities Södertälje and Strängnäs, and many citizens of Nykvarn work in either.Show on map
Södertälje KommunSödertälje Municipality (Södertälje kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Södertälje. It borders to Lake Mälaren in the north and the Baltic Sea in the south, and within the Stockholm County to Nykvarn Municipality and Salem Municipality and also border Södermanland County and its municipals Gnesta and Trosa.Show on map
Österåkers KommunÖsteråker Municipality (Swedish: Österåkers kommun, IPA: kɔˈmʉːn]) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Åkersberga, with a population of 26,727 (2005). From 1974 to 1982 Österåker was part of Vaxholm Municipality. Its location by the Stockholm archipelago, in the Roslagen area, attracts both people who settles here, often commuting to Stockholm, and visiting tourists. Österåker boasts several golf courses, many possibilities for canoeing, horse riding, fishing and other nature activities.Show on map
SigtunaSigtuna is a locality situated in Sigtuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 8,444 inhabitants in 2010. It is the namesake of the municipality even though the seat is in Märsta.Sigtuna is, despite its small population, for historical reasons often still referred to as a town. Statistics Sweden, however, only counts localities with more than 10,000 inhabitants as cities.Show on map
Ekerö KommunEkerö Municipality (Ekerö kommun) is a municipality in the province of Uppland in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. The name derives from the name of the main island within the municipality whose name is Ekerön, and literally means \"Oak Island\". Its seat is located in the town of Ekerö. Even if the City of Stockholm is the official capital of Sweden, the king of Sweden actually lives in Ekerö Municipality, at Drottningholm Palace (see below).Show on map
KallhällKallhäll is a neighbourhood in Järfälla Municipality, Stockholm County. It is a suburban part of Stockholm urban area with a population of 12.000 inhabitants as of 2011 (including Stäket). Kallhäll started as an industrial suburb when the industrialist Erik Bolinder decided to move his Bolinders Mechanical Shops to Kallhäll from Kungsholmen in central Stockholm. Housing for employees was built, thus expanding Kallhäll. The Bolinder factory structures remain today, encircled by expensive, lake adjacent modern residences.Show on map
Upplands Väsby kommunUpplands Väsby Municipality (Upplands Väsby kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden, with a population of 38,963 (2010). Its seat is located in the town of Upplands Väsby. The municipality was created in connection with the municipal reform of 1952, when the rural municipalities Ed, Fresta and Hammarby were amalgamated. It got its name from a settlement which had evolved around the railway station.Show on map
LidingöLidingö Municipality (Lidingö kommun semi-officially named as Lidingö stad) is a municipality east of Stockholm in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located on the island of Lidingö. The municipality is a part of Metropolitan Stockholm. It is chiefly located on the island Lidingö, but also incorporates a few smaller islands in the surroundings, most notably the islets Fjäderholmarna within the Stockholm archipelago. The municipality always refers to itself as Lidingö stad (\"the City of Lidingö\"). This was a decision taken by the municipal assembly in 1992.Show on map
FlemingsbergFlemingsberg a southern suburb of Stockholm, Sweden, located in Huddinge Municipality in the south-western part of the contiguous Stockholm urban area. It is located approximately 15 minutes by Stockholm commuter rail from central Stockholm, or 20–30 minutes by car. Flemingsberg has 12,000 inhabitants, around 12,300 people work there, and there are about 13,000 students studying at Södertörn University College.Show on map
Sundbybergs KommunSundbyberg Municipality (Sundbybergs kommun or Sundbybergs stad) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden, just north of the capital Stockholm. Sundbyberg is wholly within the Stockholm urban area and has a 100% urban population.Show on map
Sigtuna KommunSigtuna Municipality (Sigtuna kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Märsta, approximately 37 km north of the Swedish capital, Stockholm. The municipality is a part of Metropolitan Stockholm. The municipality consists of several former local government units and was formed in 1971. It got its name from the small, but very old, City of Sigtuna, but the seat was placed in the larger modern town of Märsta.Show on map
Vaxholms KommunVaxholm Municipality (Vaxholms kommun or Vaxholms stad) is a municipality within Stockholm archipelago in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. The municipal slogan is \"Vaxholm – the capital of the archipelago\", due to its central location in the archipelago. Its seat is located in the city of Vaxholm. 64 islets are in the municipality, and also the peninsula Bogesundslandet.Show on map
StockholmStockholm County (Stockholms län) is a county or län (in Swedish) on the Baltic sea coast of Sweden. It borders Uppsala County and Södermanland County. It also borders Mälaren and the Baltic Sea. The city of Stockholm is the capital of Sweden. Stockholm County is divided by the historic provinces of Uppland (Roslagen) and Södermanland (Södertörn). More than one fifth of the Swedish population lives in the county. Stockholm County is also one of the statistical riksområden (national areas) according to NUTS:SE, Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics within the EU. With more than two million inhabitants, Stockholm is the most densely populated county of Sweden.Show on map
Stockholms KommunStockholm Municipality or the City of Stockholm (Swedish: Stockholms kommun or Stockholms stad) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. It has the largest population of the 290 municipalities of the country, but one of the smallest areas, making it the most densely populated. It is also the most populous municipality in the Nordic countries.Show on map
VaxholmVaxholm is a locality and the seat of Vaxholm Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It is located in the Stockholm archipelago. The name Vaxholm comes from Vaxholm Castle, which was constructed in 1549 on an islet with this name on the inlet to Stockholm, for defense purposes, by King Gustav Vasa.Show on map
Norrtälje KommunNorrtälje Municipality (Norrtälje kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Norrtälje. It is the largest and northernmost municipality of Stockholm County and was created in 1971 through the amalgamation of several former municipalities. There are 25 original local government units (as of 1863) combined in the present municipality.Show on map
Järfälla kommunJärfälla Municipality (Järfälla kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden, and is considered a suburb of Stockholm. Its seat is located in Jakobsberg, part of the Stockholm urban area. Järfälla has not been amalgamated with other municipalities in the two local government reforms carried out during the 20th century. The Stäket area in the north was, however, added in 1952. It is located about 20 km north of Stockholm, with a part situated by the shore of Lake Mälaren. It takes about 20 minutes to reach downtown Stockholm by Stockholm commuter rail.Show on map
Haninge KommunHaninge Municipality (Haninge kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in Handen, a part of the Stockholm urban area. Haninge Municipality was formed in 1971 when Västerhaninge and Österhaninge were united. The municipal coat of arms depicts a capercaillie from which the name Haninge is believed to have been derived (the German word hahn means capercaillie), while the anchor symbolizes the naval base in the municipality. The German word usage is supposedly from the old German Hansa traders who operated in the area.Show on map
BrännkyrkaBrännkyrka is a parish in South Stockholm, Sweden. The population as of 2004 is 36,572. Brännkyrka, at that time much larger in area, was amalgamated into the city of Stockholm in 1913. This area now constitutes the southern main part of Stockholm Municipality called Söderort. The original parish has since then been divided into many new parishes and the present Brännkyrka parish is situated around Brännkyrka church in the centre of the area. Brannkyrka was the site of a Swedish victory over Danish forces in 1518.Show on map
Täby KommunTäby Municipality (Täby kommun) is a municipality north of Stockholm in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Täby. Täby Municipality can be characterized as a suburb of Stockholm. The municipality is one of few in Sweden which has approximately the same size as the original entity created out of Täby parish, when the first local government acts came into force in 1863. It has not been amalgamated with other units, but minor changes of its limits have been carried out.Show on map
EkeröEkerö is a locality and the seat of Ekerö Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden, with 25 000 inhabitants in 2016. Agnetha Fältskog of ABBA lives on the island (2011).Anders Bagge (songwriter) also lives on the island (2011), and Lykke Li Färingsö is the largest of the islands forming Ekerö Municipality. Ekerö consists of the formerly separate islets of Ekerö, Munsö and Kärsö. Map showing Ekerö in relation to StockholmShow on map
Värmdö KommunVärmdö Municipality (Värmdö kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Gustavsberg, with a population of 9,682 (2005), situated on the main island at an elevation of 37 m. The municipality is named after the main island Värmdön, 180 km2 in size. The municipality in its present form was created in 1974, when \"old\" Värmdö was amalgamated with Gustavsberg (which had been detached from it in 1902) and Djurö.Show on map
Nacka KommunNacka Municipality (Nacka kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located at Nacka. The municipality is situated just east of the capital Stockholm and the western parts are considered a suburban part of the city of Stockholm. The present municipality was created in 1971 when the City of Nacka (itself instituted in 1949) was amalgamated with Saltsjöbaden (itself detached from \"old\" Nacka in 1909) and Boo.Show on map
Sollentuna KommunSollentuna Municipality (Sollentuna kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden, north of Stockholm. Its seat of local government is located in Tureberg, which is a part of the Stockholm urban area. Sollentuna borders the municipalities of Solna, Sundbyberg, Stockholm, Järfälla, Upplands Väsby, Täby and Danderyd in clockwise order starting to the south.Show on map
Nynäshamns KommunNynäshamn Municipality (Nynäshamns kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the city of Nynäshamn. In 1974 the former City of Nynäshamn (itself instituted in 1946) was merged with Ösmo, from which it had been detached as a market town (köping) in 1911 and Sorunda, all in the Södertörn peninsula and adjacent islands.Show on map
Botkyrka KommunBotkyrka Municipality (Botkyrka kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden, not far from the capital Stockholm. Its seat is located in the town of Tumba. In 1971 Grödinge was merged with Botkyrka and in 1974 Salem was added. The Salem part was already in 1983 split off again and a new Salem Municipality was formed.Show on map
Upplands-Bro KommunUpplands-Bro Municipality (Upplands-Bro kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Kungsängen. The municipality was formed in 1952 through the amalgamation of five rural municipalities in Uppsala County. In 1971 it was transferred to Stockholm County.Show on map
HässelbyHässelby is a Swedish town that is a part of in the city of Stockholm, Sweden, comprising the suburban areas Hässelby Gård, Hässelby Strand and Hässelby Villastad. The territory also corresponds to Hässelby parish in the Church of Sweden. Hässelby SK is the town's local sports club.Show on map
Vallentuna KommunVallentuna Municipality (Vallentuna kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in the town of Vallentuna. The current municipality was established as a result of the municipal reform of 1971. Its coat of arms depicts an eagle, a broad axe and two stars.Show on map
Huddinge KommunHuddinge Municipality (Huddinge kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. Its seat is located in Huddinge, which is a part of Stockholm urban area. The municipality is, with its 100,000 inhabitants, the second most populated in Stockholm County.Show on map
Salems KommunSalem Municipality (Salems kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. The name traces its origins from Slaem in the 16th century, but was later changed to Salem, the Biblical name of Jerusalem. Its seat is located in Salem.Show on map
GustavsbergGustavsberg is a locality and the seat of Värmdö Municipality in Stockholm County, Sweden with 11,333 inhabitants in 2010. It is most known for its porcelain factory, Gustavsberg porcelain, and toilet bowls distributed nationwide and internationally.Show on map
FäringsöFäringsö or Svartsjölandet is an island in Sweden's Lake Mälaren. It covers an area of 79 km². The island is a part of Ekerö Municipality. The largest village on the island is Stenhamra. The island is also named after the village of Svartsjö.Show on map
SalemSalem is the seat of Salem Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. Statistically it is a part of the bimunicipal contiguously built-up Tumba urban area. In 2005, Salem had a population of 14,171. The number of inhabitants increased to ca. 16,000 in 2008, and to almost 23,000 in 2016.Show on map
HölöHölö is a locality situated in Södertälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,400 inhabitants in 2010. It lies near the lake Långsjön and is slightly north of Vagnhärad and south of Södertälje.Show on map
BarkarbyBarkarby is a district of Järfälla Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden and part of the contiguously built-up Stockholm urban area. Barkarby has a station of the Stockholm commuter rail network.Show on map
Tyresö KommunTyresö Municipality (Tyresö kommun) is a municipality in Stockholm County in east central Sweden on the coast of the Baltic Sea. Most of Tyresö Municipality lies within the Stockholm urban area.Show on map
SorundaSorunda is a locality situated in Nynäshamn Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,307 inhabitants in 2010. It is the hometown of Ulla Akselson.Show on map
BooBoo, sometimes referred to as Saltsjö-Boo, is a locality situated in Nacka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 24,052 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SaltsjöbadenSaltsjöbaden is a locality in Nacka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 9,491 inhabitants in 2010. It lies on the Baltic Sea coast.Show on map
Hägerstenis a borough (stadsdelsområde) in Stockholm, Sweden. It is part of the Söderort suburban area.Show on map
RialaRiala is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 215 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SkarpnäckSkarpnäck is a borough (stadsdelsområde) in the southern part of Stockholm, Sweden.Show on map
SpångaSpånga is a community and parish in Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map
Different buildings in Stockholm
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Stockholms slottStockholm Palace or The Royal Palace (Swedish: Stockholms slott or Kungliga slottet) is the official residence and major royal palace of the Swedish monarch (the actual residence of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia is at Drottningholm Palace). Stockholm Palace is located on Stadsholmen, in Gamla stan in the capital, Stockholm. It neighbours the Riksdag building. A comprehensive renovation of the facade began in 2011, to repair weather damaged parts made from sandstone. The repairs are estimated to cost approx. 500 million crowns (about US$77 million) during a period of 22 years.Show on map
SöderarmSöderarm is the name of a deactivated Swedish lighthouse station and its surrounding small archipelago in the west part of the sea of Åland. The light station is located on the island of Thorskär. This area, together with the tiny island of Tjärven north of Söderarm, marks the entrance for the shipping route leading to the ports of Kapellskär, Norrtälje, and also the north entrance to Stockholm. The area has been severely fortified by the Swedish military and coastal artillery, and many traces of military activity from the years during the second world war are still visible. On the island of Manskär, for example, a large military radar mast stood for many years. It was demolished in 2010. In 2002, the coastal artillery was formally liquidated at Söderarm, but still some islands are forbiddShow on map
VasateaternVasateatern or \"Vasan\" (in English: The Vasa Theatre) is a private theatre in Stockholm, Sweden. It is located at Vasagatan 19-21 in central Stockholm. It was built in 1886 and has for many years been Stockholm's (and Sweden's) main private theatre for comedies and farces. In this genre it has a proud history: it was for many years (1895-1928) run by the legendary Swedish theatre manager Albert Ranft who in the early 20th century staged a large number of French and British comedy plays. He had personal contact with many of the most popular European comedy playwrights at the time, including George Bernard Shaw, and successfully had a great number of contemporary comedy plays translated and staged in Sweden at \"Vasan\". Plays such as Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest (Mr Ernst), SShow on map
NobelmuseetThe Nobel Museum (Swedish: Nobelmuseet) is a museum devoted to circulate information on the Nobel Prize, Nobel laureates from 1901 to present, and the life of the founder of the prize, Alfred Nobel (1833-1896). The museum is, together with the Swedish Academy and the Nobel Library, located in the former Stock Exchange Building (Börshuset) taking up the north side of the square Stortorget in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. A very interesting part of the museum is the gallery where artifacts donated by Nobel Laureates are showcased accompanied with fun and personal life stories.Show on map
T-CentralenT-Centralen (Swedish for \"The T-Central\"; T being an abbreviation for \"tunnelbana\", the Swedish word for \"underground\" or \"subway\") is a metro station that forms the heart of the Stockholm metro system, in the sense that it is the only station where all three of the system's lines meet. That, its central location, and its connections with other modes of transport make it the most used metro station in Stockholm. The station is located in the Norrmalm borough of Stockholm, between Sergels torg (Sergel's Square) and the street of Vasagatan.Show on map
MedborgarplatsenMedborgarplatsen (literally Citizen Square) is one of the largest squares in Stockholm. It is located on Södermalm and is often colloquially referred to as \"Medis\". The square was once called Södra Bantorget (Southern Railway Square), but was changed to Medborgarplatsen in 1940. Medborgarplatsen has a small ice-skating rink which is turned into a terrace with benches in the summer. On one corner of the square there is a substantial public library, and diagonally across on another corner the 17th century Lillienhoff Palace. no:Medborgarplatsen tunnelbanestasjonShow on map
TelefonplanTelefonplan (\"Telephone Square\") is the name of an underground subway station in the Stockholm Underground network in Sweden. The station is located in the borough of Hägersten. Unlike most of the stations lying nearby, namely among others Midsommarkransen and Hägerstensåsen, the station's name does not refer to any specific area or a specific suburb. Instead, the station's name refers to a small square situated just west of the station's main entrance. The station also serves the inhabitants of Västberga, and buses to closely situated Solberga and Älvsjö start from here.Show on map
Katarina kyrkaKatarina kyrka (Church of Catherine) is one of the major churches in central Stockholm, Sweden. The original building was constructed 1656–1695. It has been rebuilt twice after being destroyed by fires, the second time during the 1990s. The Katarina-Sofia borough is named after the parish and the neighbouring parish of Sofia. In 1723 the church, together with half of the buildings in the parish, was completely destroyed in a major fire. Rebuilding started almost immediately, under supervision of Göran Josua Adelcrantz, the city architect, who designed a larger, octagonal tower.Show on map
SturebyStureby is a residential area in southern Stockholm, approx. 3 kilometers from Skanstull. The district at 205 hectares is bordered with Örby, Örby slott, Östberga, Årstafältet, Gamla Enskede, Svedmyra, Gubbängen and Bandhagen.Show on map
Maria Magdalena kyrkaMaria Magdalena Church (Swedish: Maria Magdalena kyrka) is a church on Södermalm in central Stockholm, Sweden. The church plan has a nave but no aisles. In its eastern end is a three-sided choir and the transept taking up three bays. In the corners of the crossing are enlargement from various periods, all serving liturgical purposes, including the sacristy. The painting of the high altar is the Adoration of the Shepherds by Louis Masreliez from around 1800. The pulpit, the Baroque design of Carl Johan Cronstedt, was inaugurated in 1763 and carries a medallion with the portrait of Mary Magdalene. The front of the organ was designed by Carl Fredrik Adelcrantz in 1774 while the present 50-stop organ is from 1927. A second organ was added in 1986 and in the choir is a third smaller organ.Show on map
Naturhistoriska riksmuseetThe Swedish Museum of Natural History (Swedish: Naturhistoriska riksmuseet, literally, the National Museum of Natural History), in Stockholm, is one of two major museums of natural history in Sweden, the other one being located in Gothenburg. The museum was founded in 1819 by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, but goes back to the collections acquired mostly through donations by the Academy since its foundation in 1739. These collections had first been made available to the public in 1786. The Museum was separated from the Academy in 1965.Show on map
MariatorgetMariatorget (the Maria Square) is a square and a city park in Södermalm, Stockholm, constructed at the end of the 1760s. Its original name was Adolf Fredriks torg (after King Adolphus Frederick, who reigned 1751-1771), but it was renamed \"Mariatorget\" in 1959 to avoid confusion with the church and parish of Adolf Fredrikskyrkan in Norrmalm. The modern name alludes to the nearby Maria Magdalena kyrka (Church of Mary Magdalene) and the surrounding parish.Show on map
RiddarholmskyrkanThe Riddarholm Church (Swedish: Riddarholmskyrkan) is the burial church of the Swedish monarchs. It is located on the island of Riddarholmen, close to the Royal Palace in Stockholm, Sweden. The congregation was dissolved in 1807 and today the church is used only for burial and commemorative purposes. Swedish monarchs from Gustavus Adolphus (d. 1632 AD) to Gustaf V (d. 1950) are entombed here (with only one exception: Queen Christina who is buried within St. Peter's Basilica in Rome), as well as the earlier monarchs Magnus III (d. 1290) and Charles VIII (d. 1470). It has been discontinued as a royal burial site in favor of the Royal Cemetery and today is run by departments of the Swedish Government and Royal Court.Show on map
Stockholms östraStockholm East Station (Swedish: Stockholms östra station) or Stockholm Ö is a railway station on the Roslag Railway in Stockholm, Sweden. The present station was inaugurated in 1932 and located on Valhallavägen in northeastern central Stockholm, close to the Royal Institute of Technology (Tekniska Högskolan), replacing an older provisional station from 1884 which was located some hundred metres to the north. Originally, the building had the offices of SRJ, the company owning and managing the Roslag Railway. There are still offices in the building for the company which is operating the traffic at present.Show on map
RågsvedIn 1953 a development plan was set up for the area, and buildings and a subway line was built in 1955 - 1957. The first areas built were Snösätrahöjden and Bjursätrahöjden. The neighbouring community of Hagsätra was formed in 1959. In the early years, Rågsved was mostly inhabited by expatriate workers from the inner city, particularly from Södermalm, and was considered state of the art in the late 1950s. For a long time it was populated by highly paid, affluent tenants.Show on map
Stockholms läns museumStockholm County Museum (Swedish: Stockholms läns museum) is a museum located in Sickla, covering the history of Stockholm County in central-eastern Sweden except central Stockholm (which is covered by the Stockholm City Museum and the Museum of Medieval Stockholm). It also offers information on how to preserve old buildings and promotes the use of traditional materials when restoring historical structures.Show on map
Svenska HögarnaSvenska Högarna (en: The Swedish Hillocks) is a small group of islands and a lighthouse located east of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago.Show on map
Sankt EriksplanSankt Eriksplan is a square in Vasastaden, Stockholm. The name means Saint Erik's Plaza and is called so after King Erik IX who is the patron saint of Stockholm and depicted in the city's coat of arms. There is a metro station (S:t Eriksplan) named after the square. The subway station was opened in 1952 and is on the green line between Odenplan and Fridhemsplan. The main street of the S:t Eriksplan area is Rörstrandsgatan with its many shops and restaurants. The short street of about 400 meters is said to have the most restaurants per meter in Stockholm.Show on map
NationalmuseumNationalmuseum (or National Museum of Fine Arts) is the national gallery of Sweden, located on the peninsula Blasieholmen in central Stockholm. The museum's benefactors include King Gustav III and Carl Gustaf Tessin. The museum was founded in 1792 as Kungliga Museet (\"Royal Museum\"), but the present building was opened in 1866, when it was renamed the Nationalmuseum.Show on map
Kista GalleriaKista Galleria is a shopping mall located in the Kista district of Stockholm, Sweden. It has 185 stores, including a multiplex, bowling alley, karting track and restaurants. Known for its generous opening hours, it has been the most visited mall in Stockholm with approximately 18 million customers annually, and the third largest in terms of sales. The mall, which opened in 1977, has expanded and been redesigned several times; most recently in 2002 and again in 2009, increasing the retail area to 62,000 m2 (670,000 sq ft), with a total gross leasable area of 90,000 m2 (970,000 sq ft).Show on map
Stockholm Arlanda AirportStockholm Arlanda Airport (IATA: ARN, ICAO: ESSA), is an international airport located in the Sigtuna Municipality of Sweden, near the town of Märsta, 37 kilometres (23 mi) north of Stockholm and nearly 40 kilometres (25 mi) south-east of Uppsala. The airport is located within Stockholm County and the province of Uppland. It is the largest airport in Sweden and the third-largest airport in the Nordic countries. The airport is the major gateway to international air travel for large parts of Sweden. Arlanda Airport was used by close to 22.5 million passengers in 2014, with 17 million international passengers and 5 million domestic. In January 2015, Stockholm Arlanda Airport had seen a 30% growth in passenger traffic over the previous five years; this was the highest growth among European airShow on map
SkeppsholmsbronSkeppsholmsbron (Swedish: \"The Skeppsholm Bridge\") is in central Stockholm, Sweden, connecting Blasieholmen to Skeppsholmen. The bridge, 165 metres long and 9.5 metres wide, consists of a 5.5 metre wide roadway flanked by 2 metre pathways, and is divided into 5 compartments. It was the first forging iron bridge to be constructed in Sweden, manufactured by Motala Verkstad in 1861.Show on map
DegerbyEkerö Municipality (Ekerö kommun) is a municipality in the province of Uppland in Stockholm County in east central Sweden. The name derives from the name of the main island within the municipality whose name is Ekerön, and literally means \"Oak Island\". Its seat is located in the town of Ekerö. Even if the City of Stockholm is the official capital of Sweden, the king of Sweden actually lives in Ekerö Municipality, at Drottningholm Palace (see below).Show on map
EngelbrektskyrkanEngelbrekt Church (Swedish: Engelbrektskyrkan) is a protected church located in the Lärkstaden area of Stockholm, Sweden. It was designed by architect Lars Israel Wahlman in the National Romantic style and completed in 1914. It is one of the largest churches in Stockholm, with 1,400 seats.Show on map
MedelhavsmuseetMedelhavsmuseet (Mediterranean Museum) is a museum in Stockholm focused around collections of mainly ancient objects from the Mediterranean area and the Near East. Its English name is The Museum of Mediterranean and Near Eastern Antiquities. The museum was formed in 1954 when the Egyptian Museum and the Cyprus Collection were combined. The Egyptian Museum had been created in 1928 from artifacts collected in the 18th, 19th and early 20th century while the Cyprus Collection was the result of the excavations of the Swedish Cyprus Expedition in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The Cyprus collection in the museum is the largest outside Cyprus and of great scholarly value. A new gallery of Cypriote antiquities sponsored by the A.G. Leventis Foundation and designed by White Architects was opened iShow on map
KaknästornetThe Kaknäs tower (Swedish: Kaknästornet) is a TV tower in Gärdet in Stockholm, Sweden. It has 72 pillars. The tower is a major hub of Swedish television, radio and satellite broadcasts. It was finished in 1967, designed by architect Bengt Lindroos, and the height is 155 metres (509 ft) or 170 metres (560 ft) with the antenna included. For a few years Kaknästornet was the tallest building in the Nordic countries until Näsinneula was opened in Tampere, Finland in 1971. It was surpassed in 2003 by the Kista Science Tower in north Stockholm as the tallest building of Sweden, a mere three meters taller (including the antenna on the roof), which in turn was surpassed by Turning Torso in Malmö in 2005. The tower is owned by the national Swedish broadcasting company Teracom. The tower's name comesShow on map
HögdalenHögdalen is a suburban district in South Stockholm, Sweden, built around the metro station with this name on line 19. It was connected to Stockholm City Centre in 1952, a year before the town planning was approved. Notable landmarks in Högdalen are the neon rooster on top of the large centre and the golden rooster on top of the local church. The independent theatre group Fria Teatern is based in Högdalen, where its main stage is located (there is a small one in Kungsholmen as well). Högdalen is part of Vantör borough, together with four other suburban districts.Show on map
Kungliga Tekniska HögskolanKTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH, Swedish: Kungliga Tekniska högskolan) is a university in Stockholm, Sweden. KTH was founded in 1827 as Sweden's first polytechnic and is one of Scandinavia's largest (by some definitions) institutions of higher education in technology. KTH accounts for one-third of Sweden's technical research and engineering education capacity at university level. KTH offers programmes leading to a Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, licentiate or doctoral degree. The university also offers a technical preparatory programme for non-scientists and further education.Show on map
Årsta slottÅrsta Castle (Swedish: Årsta slott) in Haninge Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden, is a castle built in the 17th Century. The Årsta estate is mentioned in the 13th-century, when it was the base for the Swedish property of the Teutonic Order. It was sold to the nobleman Erik Axelsson in 1467. There are still remains of the medieval ruins at the land close to Årsta Castle. The present Årsta Castle was constructed between 1660 and 1667 by Claes Hansson Bielkenstierna and his spouse Barbro Åkesdotter Natt och Dag. It was inherited through marriage by the noble families Kurck, Soop and Fleming until it was bought by the father of Fredrika Bremer, Carl Fredrik Bremer, in 1805. Fredrika Bremer died on the estate in 1865.In 1898-1910, it was owned by a stock holding company, and in 1910-1919 bShow on map
HötorgetHötorget (Haymarket) is a city square in the center of Stockholm. During the daytime it is the site of a fruit and vegetable market, except on Sundays, when flea markets are arranged. To its east lies the Royal Concert Hall, to its south lies Filmstaden Sergel, one of the largest multiscreen cinemas in inner-city Stockholm, and the Hötorgshallen food market halls, and to the west lies the Haymarket by Scandic hotel. Southeast of the square are the five high-rise office buildings Hötorgsskraporna. To the north is the Kungshallen food court.Show on map
FruängenFruängen (Wife Meadow) is a district of the borough in Söderort, the southern suburban part of Stockholm. It was built in the early 1950s. All the streets are named after famous Swedish women like Agnes Lagerstedt, Anna Sandström, Karolina Widerström, Ellen Fries, Ellen Key, Elsa Beskow, Elin Wägner, Elsa Borg, Elsa Brändström, Eva Bonnier, Fredrika Bremer, Hanna Pauli, Hanna Rydh, Jenny Nyström, Karin Boye, Kata Dalström, Kerstin Hesselgren, Lina Sandell and Jenny Lind.Show on map
ÖstermalmstorgÖstermalmstorg metro station is station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Östermalm. The station was opened on 16 May 1965 as the 59th station in the Stockholm system. The platform is approximately 38 metres (125 ft) below the surface. It is located in the city center, making it one of the most-used stations in the system, with approximately 32,000 people passing through the station on an average workday.Show on map
Södertälje Syd Railway StationSödertälje Syd (Södertälje South) is a major, but not the most centrally located, railway station in Södertälje, Sweden. It is located on top of the 2 km long Igelsta Bridge. Regional and long distance trains for destinations such as Stockholm, Göteborg, Malmö, Copenhagen, Oslo, Linköping and Eskilstuna stop at the station. To get from Södertälje Syd to central Södertälje, the local train or the local bus can be used. Tickets for both are only sold by a machine at the bus stop, not by the driver, and not in the chocolate/newspaper kiosk which is located in the station.Show on map
KungsträdgårdenKungsträdgården (Swedish for \"King's Garden\") is a park in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is colloquially known as Kungsan. The park's central location and its outdoor cafés makes it one of the most popular hangouts and meeting places in Stockholm. It also hosts open-air concerts and events in summer, while offering an ice rink during winters. Additionally, First of May demonstrations held by the Left Party and other communist and left-wing parties usually take place here each year. There is also a number of cafés, art galleries and restaurants; for example Galleri Doktor Glas, a name taken from the novel Doctor Glas by Hjalmar Söderberg published in 1905.Show on map
Kungliga Dramatiska TeaternThe Royal Dramatic Theatre (Swedish: Kungliga Dramatiska Teatern, colloquially Dramaten) is Sweden's national stage for \"spoken drama\", founded in 1788. Around one thousand shows are put on annually on the theatre's eight running stages. The theatre has been at its present location in the Art Nouveau building at Nybroplan, Stockholm, since 1908. The theatre was built by the architect Fredrik Lilljekvist. Famous artists like Carl Milles and Carl Larsson were involved in making the decorations, and some of the interior decorations were made by Prince Eugen.Show on map
LiljeholmenLiljeholmen is a Stockholm metro station in the city’s southern Liljeholmen district. It is on the Red line (T13 and T14). The station is also an interchange with the Tvärbanan tramway, and a bus terminal. Liljeholmen metro station is also connected to Nybodadepån, a depot/garage for subway trains and buses, which is located in the south part of Liljeholmen.Show on map
GlobenEricsson Globe (originally known as Stockholm Globe Arena, commonly referred to in Swedish simply as Globen (The Globe)) is an indoor arena located in Stockholm Globe City, Johanneshov district of Stockholm, Sweden. The Ericsson Globe is the largest hemispherical building on Earth and took two and a half years to build. Shaped like a large white ball, it has a diameter of 110 metres (361 feet) and an inner height of 85 metres (279 feet). The volume of the building is 605,000 cubic metres (21,188,800 cubic feet). It has a seating capacity of 16,000 spectators for shows and concerts, and 13,850 for ice hockey.Show on map
Barkarby AirportBarkarby Airport (IATA: N/A, ICAO: ESKB) was a disbanded Swedish Air Force base, near Akalla north of Stockholm used for general aviation. Barkarby Airport was one of Sweden’s oldest active airports until it was closed in 2010. A large shopping complex is still situated close to – and partly on – the airfield. Current plans are to construct houses, apartments and offices on large parts of the airfield. December 2008 was due to be the last commercial flight date, after which houses were due to be built. Due to legal complexities about the cancellation of the contract, however, the airport was open for another two years. The airport was finally closed in June 2010.Show on map
AlvikAlvik metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, and the Tvärbanan and Nockebybanan tramways, located in Traneberg, Västerort. The station was inaugurated on 26 October 1952. Nockebybanan, which had continued into Stockholm before the construction of the Metro, was rebuilt with two terminating tracks located for cross-platform interchange between the green line platforms.Show on map
Karolinska University HospitalThe Karolinska University Hospital (Swedish: Karolinska is a university hospital in Stockholm, Sweden, with two major sites in the municipalities of Huddinge and Solna. The present day Karolinska University Hospital is the result of a 2004 merger between the former Huddinge University Hospital (Huddinge in Huddinge, south of Stockholm, and the Karolinska Hospital (Karolinska Sjukhuset) in Solna, north of Stockholm. The new hospital has about 15,000 employees and 1,700 patient beds. The Karolinska University Hospital is closely affiliated with the Karolinska Institutet. It incorporates the Astrid Lindgren Children’s hospital in Solna and the Children’s Hospital in Huddinge.Show on map
Tyresö kyrkaTyresö church (Tyresö kyrka) is a 17th-century church in Tyresö, Sweden, belonging to the Tyresö parish. The church is located near Tyresö Palace, which was built during the same era. The church has a brick exterior and built in a style of a mixture of gothic and renaissance with the tower facing west. It was built during 1638–1640 by riksdrots Gabriel Oxenstierna, who also built Tyresö castle. The church was inaugurated March 9, 1641 with Gabriel Oxenstierna's own burial.Show on map
Rydboholms SlottRydboholm Castle (Rydboholms slott) is a castle located near the village of Rydbo in Österåker Municipality, Stockholm County, Uppland, Sweden. The castle dates back to the medieval period. The castle, with the three interconnected wings around an open courtyard, dates from the 16th century. The main building was built in 1548. The castle was reconstructed during the 18th century. Southwest of the castle is a large park in English style from the early 19th century, built by Magnus Fredrik Brahe. As of 2014, count Gustaf Douglas owns and lives in the castle.Show on map
BirkaDuring the Viking Age, Birka (Birca in medieval sources), on the island of Björkö (literally: \"Birch Island\") in present-day Sweden, was an important trading center which handled goods from Scandinavia as well as Central and Eastern Europe and the Orient. Björkö is located in Lake Mälaren, 30 kilometers west of contemporary Stockholm, in the municipality of Ekerö. The archaeological sites of Birka and Hovgården, on the neighbouring island of Adelsö, make up an archaeological complex which illustrates the elaborate trading networks of Viking Scandinavia and their influence on the subsequent history of Europe. Generally regarded as Sweden's oldest town, Birka (along with Hovgården) has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1993.A silver ring from a Viking-era grave in Birka is the first rShow on map
RissneRissne is a neighborhood in the western part of Sundbyberg Municipality, Stockholm, Sweden. It borders to Stora Ursvik in the north, Hallonbergen in the west, Duvbo in the southwest, and in the west to Kista, the latter two within Västerort in Stockholm Municipality and has about 7500 inhabitants. The area belonged to what used to be Spånga municipality until its dissolution in 1949, when it for example together with Duvbo was transferred to Sundbybergs stad. The name comes from Risö, which was the name that the Vikings used. The Svea Artillery Regiment had its camp there until 1960. An apartment block was built 1982 to 1988. The street names in the area hints to the site’s military history. (Lavettvägen, Kavallerivägen, Pjäsbacken, Artillerivägen, and Skvadronsbacken) and on the many reliShow on map
UniversitetetUniversitetet (\"the University\") is a Metro station in the Frescati area, close to Stockholm University (Stockholms universitet), and the Museum of Natural History. It was opened on 12 January 1975. Since the 1990s, the art on the station consists of tiles featuring Carl von Linné and the UN Declaration of Universal Human Rights. This artwork is by Belgian and Parisian artist Françoise Schein. The station includes 12 large tiles panels all dedicated to the travels of Linné around the Baltic. The artist used the travels as the starting point to develop the theme of nature and the ecological problems we are all living now in the world. The work was created in Lisbon on azulejos tiles, then brought to Stockholm. It represents in its conception and its production a real European work of art.Show on map
Södra teaternSödra Teatern (Southern Theatre) is a theatre, located in the \"Söder\"-district (Södermalm) in Stockholm. It is one of Stockholm's most appreciated private theatres. Established in 1859, it is Stockholm's oldest private theatre. It has two restaurants, outdoor terraces and seven stages. “… a palace of entertainment with an intellectual bite”. (Dagens Nyheter, Swedish newspaper) Since 1997, focus has been set on staging international performances. The theatre houses diverse events, spanning from club-scene entertainment, concerts, theatre and readings to children's philosophy. Facts:Show on map
Bonde PalaceThe Bonde Palace (Swedish: Bondeska palatset) is a palace in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Located between the House of Knights (Riddarhuset) and the Chancellery House (Kanslihuset), it is, arguably, the most prominent monument of the era of the Swedish Empire (1611–1718), originally design by Nicodemus Tessin the Elder and Jean De la Vallée in 1662-1667 as the private residence of the Lord High Treasurer Gustaf Bonde (1620–1667) it still bears his name, while it accommodated the Stockholm Court House from the 18th century and since 1949 houses the Swedish Supreme Court. On the south side of the building is the street Myntgatan and the square Riddarhustorget, while the alleys Riddarhusgränd and Rådhusgränd are passing on its western and eastern sides.Show on map
GlobenGloben metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located by Globen in Johanneshov, Söderort. The station was opened on 9 September 1951 as Slakthuset station, and in 1958 the station was renamed as Isstadion station (after the nearby Johanneshovs Isstadion, now known as Hovet). The station acquired its current name on 20 August 1989. The distance to Slussen is 3 km.Show on map
Stockholms KonserthusThe Stockholm Concert Hall (Swedish: Konserthuset) is the main hall for orchestral music in Stockholm, Sweden. With a design by Ivar Tengbom chosen in competition, inaugurated in 1926, the Hall is home to the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra. It is also where the awarding ceremonies for the Nobel Prize and the Polar Music Prize are held annually. The interior includes work by Ewald Dahlskog, and the walls and ceiling in the minor hall, now known as Grünewald Hall, were painted by Isaac Grünewald. The exterior is the site of sculptor Carl Milles' 1936 bronze fountain, the Orfeus-brunnen (\"the Orpheus Well\").Show on map
OdenplanOdenplan is a plaza located in the district Vasastaden in central Stockholm, Sweden, named after the old Norse god Odin. The Odenplan metro station, opened in 1952, is located here. A current expansion project, started in 2006 and due for completion in 2011, will make the plaza one of Stockholm’s largest public transportation hubs. As of 2013, the project is still not finished. Odenplan was part of an experiment where the stairs were replaced with large piano keys. Over 60% more people used the stairs than the escalator. Stockholm Public Library is located nearby.Show on map
Sankt Matteus kyrkaSt. Matthew's Church (Swedish: S:t Matteus kyrka) is a protected church located in the Vasastaden district of Stockholm, Sweden. Originally intended to be used as a chapel in the Adolf Fredrik Parish, it was designed by Erik Lallerstedt and built in 1901-1903, at an intersection in Vasastaden.Show on map
SlussenSlussenområdet (Swedish: the Sluice area) is an area of central Stockholm, on the Söderström river connecting Södermalm and Gamla stan. The area is named after the locks between Lake Mälaren and the Baltic Sea. Called Karl Johanslussen, the locks themselves allow passage between these two bodies of water (of different levels). Slussen also refers to the cloverleaf interchange and associated pedestrian passages and walkways opened in mid-October 1935.Show on map
Västra skogenVästra skogen (Swedish: The Western Forest) is a station on the Blue Line of the Stockholm metro, in Huvudsta, Solna Municipality. The station was opened on 31 August 1975. It features the longest escalator in western Europe, 66 meters and with a vertical rise of 33 meters. This part of Huvudsta was earlier called Ingentingskogen (The Nothing Forest) after a small farm called Ingenting; the name Ingenting (Nothing) was suggested as a name for the new station, but rejected.Show on map
HornstullHornstull is an area in western Södermalm, Stockholm. Hornstull is actually the name of where the streets Hornsgatan and Långholmsgatan intersect. Up to the early 19th century it was also a city toll (\"tull\" means \"toll\"). Hornstull also has a metro station, which opened on April 5, 1964. Two of the subdivisions of Hornstull are Drakenberg, and Högalid, after which the neighborhood school (Högalidsskolan) and parish church are named.Show on map
Stockholms södraStockholm South, Stockholms södra, Stockholm S, locally known as Södra Station (Southern Station) is a railway station in Stockholm. The Stockholm South railway station was originally opened in the year 1860, and was originally the northern terminus of the Västra Stambanan railway line until the construction of Stockholm Central Station (Stockholm C). The current station was opened in 1989, as a large apartment complex had been built on the site of the old station. The new station is an underground station situated under the site of the old station and on the railway line it is between Årstaberg and Stockholm C. About 5 minutes walk on Swedenborgsgatan you can found the Mariatorget metro station.Show on map
SpångaSpånga Church (Swedish: Spånga kyrka) is a church in the Spånga-Tensta borough in Stockholm, Sweden. The oldest part of the church origins from the time period 1175 – 1200. Large reconstructions and enhancements took place during the 14th century and the 15th century.Show on map
Adolf Fredriks kyrkaAdolf Fredrik Church (Swedish: Adolf Fredriks kyrka) is a church in central Stockholm, Sweden, named after Adolf Frederick. It was built in 1768-1774, replacing a wooden chapel from 1674, which was dedicated to Saint Olof. The church is currently headed by pastor Ted Harris.Show on map
St. Eugenia (Stockholm)Saint Eugenia's Church is a Roman Catholic church in the center of Stockholm (Sweden). It was built in 1982 on plans of the Danish architect Jørgen Kjaergaard and is situated next to the former Royal Gardens, Kungsträdgården in Norrmalm. The Church is consecrated to Saint Eugenia (Eugénie d’Alsace), an abbess (700-735) of the monastery Mont Sainte-Odile in Alsace (France).Show on map
Etnografiska MuseetThe Museum of Ethnography (Swedish: Etnografiska Museet), in Stockholm, Sweden, is a Swedish science museum. It houses a collection of about 220,000 items relating to the ethnography, or cultural anthropology, of peoples from around the world, including from China, Korea, South and Southeast Asia, the Pacific region, the Americas and Africa. The museum is the headquarters of the Sven Hedin Foundation.Show on map
StorkyrkanStorkyrkan (Swedish: [²stuːrɕʏrkan], The Great Church), officially named Sankt Nikolai kyrka (Church of St. Nicholas) and informally called Stockholms domkyrka (Stockholm Cathedral), is the oldest church in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is an important example of Swedish Brick Gothic. Situated next to the Royal Palace, it forms the western end of Slottsbacken, the major approach to the Royal Palace, while the streets Storkyrkobrinken, Högvaktsterrassen, and Trångsund passes north and west of it respectively. South of the church is the Stockholm Stock Exchange Building facing Stortorget and containing the Swedish Academy, Nobel Library, and Nobel Museum.Show on map
HallonbergenHallonbergen (meaning \"the Raspberry Mountains\") is a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden. Hallonbergen, which has about 5,400 inhabitants, located in Sundbyberg Municipality in the north west of Stockholm, is a fairly typical 1960-1970s area of dense Million Programme housing in the style of multi-level concrete apartment buildings. Hallonbergen has a large population of immigrants; 67% of the population are born in foreign countries (as of 2010). Many of them come from Lebanon, Syria and Eritrea. But there are also many eastern European immigrants.Show on map
Tessin PalaceThe Tessin Palace (Swedish: Tessinska palatset) is a baroque town house located in Gamla Stan, the old town in central Stockholm. Located next to the Royal Palace, it is facing Slottsbacken, the major approach to the Stockholm Palace, and flanked by two alleys, Finska Kyrkogränd and Bollhusgränd.Show on map
HagsätraHagsätra is a quarter in Söderort, the southern part of Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. It borders with the quarters of Älvsjö, Örby and Rågsved in Stockholm, as well as Stuvsta in neighboring Huddinge Municipality. Hagsätra covers an area of 420 acres (1.7 km² or 0.66 mi2) and has a population of around 7,800.Show on map
RinkebyRinkeby (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈrɪŋkəˌbyː]) is a district in Rinkeby-Kista borough, Stockholm, Sweden. Rinkeby had 15,051 inhabitants in 2007. Rinkeby is noted for its high concentration of immigrants and people with immigrant ancestry. 89.1% of the population of Rinkeby had a first- or second-generation immigrant background as of 2007. A sociolect called Rinkeby Swedish has been named after Rinkeby. The district was a part of the Rinkeby borough until 1 January 2007, when it was merged with Kista borough to form the Rinkeby-Kista borough. The neighbourhood was part of the Million Programme.Show on map
Zinkensdamms IdrottsplatsZinkensdamms idrottsplats, usually Zinkensdamms IP or colloqually Zinken or Zinkens, is a sports ground in Södermalm in central Stockholm, Sweden. The ground was designed by architect Paul Hedqvist and was inaugurated on 18 May 1937 with a football game between Reymersholms IK and Djurgårdens IF.Show on map
Stockholm Central StationStockholm Central Station (Swedish: Stockholms Centralstation, Stockholm C) is the largest railway station in Sweden. It is situated in the district of Norrmalm at Vasagatan/Central Plan. Opened July 18, 1871, it has over 200,000 visitors daily, of which about 170,000 are travellers (105,000 with commuter trains, 25,000 with Arlanda Express and 40,000 with other trains). Because it is the busiest station in Sweden, engineers use the heat generated by the thousands of visitors every day to help heat a nearby office building. In front of the central station stands a statue of Nils Ericson.Show on map
FridhemsplanFridhemsplan is a plaza of Kungsholmen, Stockholm and a metro station, where the blue and the green lines of the Stockholm metro intersect. The name Fridhemsplan was given 1935, after the major street Fridhemsgatan crossing the area. Before that, the area was simply known as Kungsholmen toll station.Show on map
StallbronStallbron (Swedish: \"The Stable Bridge\") is an arch bridge located in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Stretching some 20 meters over Stallkanalen it connects Riksgatan passing through the Parliament Building on Helgeandsholmen to the square Mynttorget on Stadsholmen from where Västerlånggatan extends it further south.Show on map
GullmarsplanGullmarsplan is a place in Johanneshov, Stockholm. The square there was built at the same time the new city area was developed in the 1940s. The business area around the square was inaugurated in 1946. It was named after Gullmarn, a fjord in the province of Bohuslän, at Lysekil.Show on map
KarlaplanKarlaplan is an open park-plaza area in Östermalm in Stockholm. The architect Lindhagen was created the characteristic form of the plaza, during the 1890s. It was created in the image of Place de l'Étoile in Paris. The plaza is named in honour of all the Swedish kings called Karl, like Karl X Gustav, Karl XI and Karl XII. Flygarmonumentet is located at Karlaplan.Show on map
VårbergVårberg (Springhill) is a suburb of Stockholm, in Skärholmen borough in the South Stockholm region. It borders Skärholmen, Vårby gård, Huddinge, Estbröte, Kungshatt, and Ekerö. It has an area of 197 hectares of land and 65 hectares of water. Its population is 8,454 as of 31 December 2007. Vårberg contains the highest natural point in Stockholm, Vikingaberget, which is 77.24 meters above sea level. Vårberg also contains Vårbergstoppen, an artificial hill which was built from spoil from the excavation the Stockholm metro and which at 90 meters above sea level is the highest point of land in Stockholm.Show on map
Enskede gårdEnskede gård metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Enskede gård, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 9 September 1951. The distance to Slussen is 3.8 km. According to plans presented in the spring of 2015, this station and the adjacent Globen station, which are both above ground, will be replaced by one underground metro station some years into the future. This change will be made when this branch of the green line is to be transferred to be a branch of the blue line when the blue line is developed to the south side of the city.Show on map
KungsträdgårdenKungsträdgården is a station of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Norrmalm. It is the end station of line 10 and line 11 and was opened on 30 October 1977, as the 91st station. The platform is located approximately 34 meters underground. The station features relics rescued from the many buildings pulled down during the redevelopment of central Stockholm during the 1950s and 1960s throughout the station. The entrance to the station was originally intended to be in the park Kungsträdgården, but due to the Elm Conflict in 1971 these plans had to change.Show on map
Solna strandSolna strand (known as Vreten until 18 August 2014) is a subway station on the Stockholm metro blue line. It was opened in 1985 and is located in the Huvudsta region of the Solna Municipality. The platform is located in bedrock, 28 m (92 ft) below ground level under Vretenvägen. The entrance is in the north end at Korta gatan. The station's theme is defined by artwork created by the Japanese-Swedish sculptor Takashi Naraha in 1985 called Himmelen av kub (The heaven of cube). It is located in Solna Strand, a former industrial area that has office buildings today.Show on map
CirkusCirkus (Cirkus Arena och Restaurang AB) is an arena in Djurgården, Stockholm, that holds 1,650 people. It was originally used as a circus (the old official name being Cirkusteatern), but is today mostly used for concerts and musical shows. The French circusman Didier Gautier became a Swedish citizen in 1830, and was granted permission to build a permanent circus building on Djurgården in Stockholm. In 1869 Didi Gautier sold his circus Didier Gautiers menagerie to Adèle Houcke. The building took fire later, and was rebuilt in 1892 as present Djurgårdscircus.Show on map
RådhusetRådhuset (Court House) is a rapid transit station in Kungsholmen in central Stockholm, part of the Stockholm metro. The station is located on the blue line between T-Centralen and Fridhemsplan and was opened on 31 August 1975. Like some other stations on the Stockholm metro, it uses organic architecture, which leaves the bedrock exposed and unsculptured, appearing to be based on natural cave systems. The underground station is named after Rådhuset (The Court House) right above the surface. Here you will also find City Hall and the Police Headquarters.Show on map
Stockholms StadionStockholm Olympic Stadium (Swedish: Stockholms Olympiastadion), most often called Stockholms stadion or (especially locally) simply Stadion, is a stadium in Stockholm, Sweden. Designed by architect Torben Grut, it was opened in 1912, its original use was as a venue for the 1912 Olympic Games. At the 1912 Games, it hosted the athletics, some of the equestrian, some of the football, gymnastics, the running part of the modern pentathlon, tug of war, and wrestling events. It has a capacity of 13,145–14,500 depending on usage and a capacity of nearly 33,000 for concerts.Show on map
Norr MälarstrandNorr Mälarstrand (Swedish for \"Northern Shore of Mälaren\") is a street on Kungsholmen in central Stockholm, Sweden. Bordering Riddarfjärden, the eastern-most bay of Lake Mälaren, Norr Mälarstrand is a southbound boulevard stretching 1,4 km (4.500 ft) west from the Stockholm City Hall to the southern end of the street Sankt Eriksgatan. The most notable structures along the street are the series of functionalist residential buildings lined-up along its western part. The park facing the waterfront south of the street is popular for walks.Show on map
HjulstaHjulsta is a working-class suburb of Stockholm. It is considered being part of Tensta, but with its own subway station which was opened in 1975 and is the end station of the blue line. The modern urban area of Hjulsta took its name from an old village known to have been located in the area at least from the 1480s. The station's artwork is created by several artists, among them Sjöfåglar by Christina Sista skörden i norra Botkyrka by Olle Magnusson and Landbyska verken vid Engelbrektsplan år 1890 by Ruth Rydfeldt.Show on map
RopstenRopsten metro station is the end station on line 13 on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Ropsten. The station was opened in 1967. The station was sited about 10–15 meters above street level as a preparation for an extension to Lidingö on a new bridge. There are now no plans for such an extension and the lines end in mid-air. The Ropsten station also includes the end stop on the Lidingöbanan tramway, a few meters about the street. On street level there are many bus stops for buses towards Lidingö.Show on map
RiksbronRiksbron (Swedish: \"The National Bridge\" or \"The State Bridge\") is an arch bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden leading from Drottninggatan on Norrmalm 44 metres over to Riksgatan on Helgeandsholmen. The name is derived from the bridge's proximity to several buildings of national importance, including Riksdagen, the Parliament Building; Rosenbad, the Prime Minister's Office and the Government Chancellery; and the Sager House, official residence of the Prime Minister. Nearby bridges include Stallbron, Norrbro, and Vasabron.Show on map
SkarpnäckSkarpnäck is a Stockholm metro station located in the Skarpnäcksfältet subdistrict of Skarpnäcks Gård district, Skarpnäck borough. The station is the southern terminus for the green line 17. The station is 25 metres (82 ft) below ground and was opened on 15 August 1994, making it the hundredth station in the Stockholm metro. As of 2016 it is still the newest station in the system. The Bagarmossen metro station was opened at the same time, but replaced an older station in Bagarmossen, which was closed on July 8, 1994.Show on map
Ljusterö kyrkaLjusterö is an island in Sweden. It is in the northern part of the Stockholm archipelago in Österåker Municipality, Stockholm County. It is approximately 65 kilometers north of central Stockholm. With an area of 62 km², it is the 17th largest island in the country. The island is accessed from the mainland by regular ferries from Östanå as well as by boat from central Stockholm. It has approximately 1,500 permanent residents and 25,000-30,000 residents during the summer season due to the large number of summer houses.Show on map
OscarskyrkanOscar's Church (Swedish: Oscarskyrkan) is one of the major churches in Stockholm, Sweden. The three-aisled hall church, which holds 1,250 people, has an 80-metre-high (260 ft) tower in the south-western part of the building. Oscar's Church is located in the south-eastern part of Östermalm, where Storgatan and Narvavägen meet, near the Swedish History Museum. Narvavägen is together with the nearby Strandvägen—from which the church is also visible—one of the city's main boulevards, lined with several residential palaces.Show on map
SlussenSlussen is a station of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Södermalm. The station is served by the red and green lines. Originally opened in 1933 as an underground tram stop, in 1950 it became the terminal of the first metro line running south to Hökarängen, it was again rebuilt in 1957 when the line north to Hötorget was opened. Just outside the entrance to the metro station, there is the end station of the Saltsjöbanan railway, and a bus terminal for buses to the Nacka and Värmdö municipalities.Show on map
Johanneshovs IsstadionHovet (formerly known as Johanneshovs Isstadion) is an arena located in the Johanneshov district of Stockholm (Stockholm Globe City) which is mainly used for ice hockey, concerts and corporate events. It was opened in 1955 as an outdoor arena, however a roof was added in 1962, and the arena interior has also been a subject to major renovation in 2002. The arena's main tenants are ice hockey clubs AIK and Djurgårdens IF. The official capacity is 8,094 spectators for ice hockey events and 8,300 during concerts.Show on map
SkansenSkansen (the Sconce) is the first open-air museum and zoo in Sweden and is located on the island Djurgården in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded in 1891 by Artur Hazelius (1833–1901) to show the way of life in the different parts of Sweden before the industrial era. The name \"Skansen\" has also been used as a noun to refer to other open-air museums and collections of historic structures, particularly in Central and Eastern Europe, but also in the United States, e.g. Old World Wisconsin and Fairplay, Colorado.Show on map
BagarmossenBagarmossen metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Bagarmossen, Söderort in the south of Stockholm. The current station is 19 metres (62 ft) below ground level and was opened on 15 August 1994 as the extension to Skarpnäck was taken into service and Bagarmossen no longer served as a terminus. The old surface-level station with the same name was in use between 18 November 1958 and 8 July 1994. There is currently a residential building where the old station was located.Show on map
Drottningholm PalaceThe Drottningholm Palace (Swedish: Drottningholms slott) is the private residence of the Swedish royal family. It is located in Drottningholm. Built on the island Lovön (in Ekerö Municipality of Stockholm County), it is one of Sweden's Royal Palaces. It was originally built in the late 16th century. It served as a regular summer residence of the Swedish royal court for most of the 18th century. Apart from being the private residence of the Swedish royal family, the palace is a popular tourist attraction.Show on map
Nordiska MuseetThe Nordic Museum (Swedish: Nordiska museet) is a museum located on Djurgården, an island in central Stockholm, Sweden, dedicated to the cultural history and ethnography of Sweden from the early modern period (in Swedish history, it is said to begin in 1520) to the contemporary period. The museum was founded in the late 19th century by Artur Hazelius, who also founded the open-air museum Skansen. For long part of the museum, the institutions were made independent of each other in 1963.Show on map
Stockholms stadshusStockholm City Hall (Swedish: Stockholms stadshus or Stadshuset locally) is the building of the Municipal Council for the City of Stockholm in Sweden. It stands on the eastern tip of Kungsholmen island, next to Riddarfjärden's northern shore and facing the islands of Riddarholmen and Södermalm. It houses offices and conference rooms as well as ceremonial halls, and the luxury restaurant Stadshuskällaren. It is the venue of the Nobel Prize banquet and is one of Stockholm's major tourist attractions.Show on map
StortorgetStortorget (Swedish: [ˈstuːrtɔrjɛt]. The Big Square) is a small public square in Gamla Stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is the oldest square in Stockholm, the historical centre on which the medieval urban conglomeration gradually came into being. Today, the square is frequented by tens of thousands of tourists annually, and is occasionally the scene for demonstrations and performances. It is traditionally renowned for its annual Christmas market offering traditional handicrafts and food.Show on map
UppenbarelsekyrkanUppenbarelsekyrkan (Church of the Epiphany) is a church in Saltsjöbaden in Nacka Municipality, southeast of Stockholm, Sweden. The church was built in 1910-1913 to designs by Swedish architect Ferdinand Boberg. It was financed by Swedish businessman Knut Wallenberg and inaugurated on his 60th birthday, on May 18, 1913. Among the people involved in the decoration of the church are Nathan Söderblom, Johnny Roosval, Carl Milles, Olle Hjortzberg, Filip Månsson, Oscar Brandtberg and Hugo Alfvén.Show on map
HögalidskyrkanHögalid Church (Swedish: Högalidskyrkan) is a protected church located in the Södermalm district of Stockholm, Sweden. It was designed by architect Ivar Tengbom. Built upon elevated ground 1916–1923, in a barren area later turned into a park, it is one of the most prominent buildings in the city, complementing the contemporary Stockholm City Hall on the opposite side of Riddarfjärden. The church is considered one of Sweden's foremost examples of the National Romantic architectural style.Show on map
Axel Oxenstierna palaceAxel Oxenstierna palace in the Old Town of Stockholm was designed by architect Jean de la Vallée to Chancellor Axel Oxenstierna and the construction started in 1653. The palace became the headquarters for the 1668-1680 Swedish Central Bank and after a series of state institutional policy. The palace is uniquely conserved in particular to the exterior. There are state historic building since 1935 and is one of the Swedish architectural art's most significant and well-preserved works.Show on map
Arlanda CentralstationArlanda Central Station (Swedish: Arlanda centralstation) or Arlanda C is a railway station on the Arlanda Line serving Stockholm-Arlanda Airport in Sweden. It is served by regional and intercity trains operated by SJ and Tågkompaniet, and since December 2012 also by Stockholm commuter rail. Upptåget, which used to operate a commuter service between Upplands Väsby and Uppsala via Arlanda C, now only runs a few morning and night trains on weekends.Show on map
BommersvikBommersvik is a Union college (Swedish: Förbundskola from Förbund meaning union or association and skola meaning school or college) built by the Swedish Social Democratic Youth League (SSU) and is situated outside the municipality of Södertälje in Sweden. Parts of the college grounds encompass a conference centre and recreational facilities that are extensively used by social democratic organizations both in Sweden and abroad. An art gallery can also be found on the grounds.Show on map
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Grand Hotel SaltsjöbadenThe Grand Hotel Saltsjöbaden (officially: Grand Hôtel Saltsjöbaden) is a hotel in Saltsjöbaden, Sweden. Built on the initiative of Knut Agathon Wallenberg, it was opened in 1893 by king Oscar II of Sweden. The hotel was owned by the Wallenberg family up to 1999, when it was purchased by Nordisk Renting who sold it in 2002 to Danish-Egptian hotelowner Enan Galaly's chain Helnan Hotels. On 20 December 1938, the Saltsjöbaden Agreement was signed inside the hotel.Show on map
Stockholm-Bromma AirportStockholm Bromma Airport (IATA: BMA, ICAO: ESSB) is a Swedish domestic and minor international airport in Stockholm. It is located 4 NM (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) west northwest of downtown Stockholm and is the closest to the city compared to the other commercial passenger airports in the area around Stockholm (Arlanda, Skavsta and Västerås). Bromma is Sweden's third busiest airport by passenger traffic and take-offs and landings as of 2015.Show on map
Södertälje centrumSödertälje centrum (abbreviated Södertälje C) is a terminal station on Stockholm commuter rail, located in central Södertälje, 38.1 km from Stockholm Central Station. Lines J36 to Märsta and J37 to Gnesta start here. The station opened for traffic in 1860 under the name Södertelge nedre. In 1926 it was renamed Södertälje centralstation, until it got the current name in 1994. The yellow station building was drawn by Folke Zettervall and was completed 1917.Show on map
Solna kyrkaSolna Church (Swedish: Solna kyrka) is a so-called round church in Solna Municipality near Stockholm, Sweden. The church is located on the headland between Brunnsviken and Ulvsundasjön, at the southern end of the cemetery Norra begravningsplatsen. The oldest parts of the church are from the later 12th century, a Romanesque fortress church built in stone. Today the church consists of a roundhouse, weaponhouse, choir, nave, sacristy, and two grave choirs.Show on map
ÖstermalmstorgÖstermalmstorg is a square in the district of Östermalm, Stockholm. It is known for its food market hall, Östermalmshallen, opened in 1889. Östermalmstorg was also the location of the first Åhléns City department store, opened in 1932. By the square stands the controversial statue of The Meeting (Swedish: \"Mötet\"), showing a naked male figure bearing a piece of meat on his shoulders before a recumbent female figure, created by the artist Willy Gordon.Show on map
StockholmsmässanStockholmsmässan, in English Stockholm International Fairs and Congress Centre, colloquially called Älvsjömässan, is a company that arranges trade fairs in Stockholm. The main building is in Älvsjö – a southern suburb of Stockholm Municipality for which the building got its nickname – and was constructed in 1971. It holds 4,000 people. The facility played host to the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest, Melodifestivalen 1996 and Melodifestivalen 1999.Show on map
Tekniska högskolanTekniska högskolan is a station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in the districts Östermalm and Norra Djurgården, near the Royal Institute of Technology (Kungliga Tekniska högskolan). The station was opened on 30 September 1973. Tekniska högskolan metro station is connected to Stockholm East Station or Stockholms östra, a station on the Roslagsbanan railway, and a terminal for buses towards Norrtälje and Vaxholm.Show on map
Munsö kyrkaMunsö Church (Swedish: Munsö kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the Diocese of Stockholm. Its site, Munsö, is a village and formerly an island in Ekerö Municipality, Sweden. Because of post-glacial rebound, this island in Lake Mälaren is now connected to the island Ekerö. Munsö Church lies not far from Väsby hage Nature Reserve. The round church at Munsö is one of a few so-called round churches in Sweden.Show on map
SkärmarbrinkSkärmarbrink metro station is on the line 17 and 18 of the Stockholm metro, located in Skärmarbrink, Johanneshov, Söderort. The station, opened on 1 October 1950, then called Hammarby until 16 April 1958, was on the first metro line opened, from Slussen south to Hökarängen via Blåsut. Skärmarbrink is connected to Hammarbydepån, a depot/garage for buses and subway trains which is located south of the station.Show on map
HammarbyhöjdenHammarbyhöjden is a suburban city district in Stockholm, Sweden. The district is split across two boroughs: Most of it is located in Skarpnäck borough, the subdistrict Blåsut is located in the borough. As of December 31, 2007, Hammarbyhöjden had 8,143 inhabitants. The Stockholm metro station Hammarbyhöjden is an elevated station opened in 1958. The station is served by the green line 17.Show on map
AkallaAkalla is a station in the Stockholm metro in the Akalla district of Stockholm. The station was opened in 1977, and this is the final stop on Line 11 of the Blue Line. As part of Art in the Stockholm metro project, the station features an ochre colored grotto. The work includes ceramic the ideals, daily life, leisure and work of all people, created by Birgit Ståhl-Nyberg in 1977. \n* \n* \n*Show on map
Hedvig EleonoraHedvig Eleonora Church (Swedish: Hedvig Eleonora kyrka) is a church in central Stockholm, Sweden (in the east district of Östermalm). The church was consecrated in 1737 and is named after the Swedish Queen Hedvig Eleonora (1636-1715), wife of King Charles X of Sweden. Hedvig Eleonora Church is an octagonal church. The church is one of Stockholm's most popular for weddings, christenings and funerals.Show on map
JohannelundJohannelund metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Vinsta, Västerort. The station was inaugurated on 1 November 1956. The distance to Slussen is 17 km. Up until October 1997 the station was only in use in the daytime, and was closed weekends. Only 1 200 commuters travel to and from Johannelund station daily, making it the least used in the Stockholm metro.Show on map
BredängBredäng is a suburb in south-west Stockholm, Sweden. It is a part of Skärholmen borough and is named after a former farm in the area. Bredäng has an 18th-century mansion (Jakobsbergs gård) named after its first owner, Jacob Graver. Bredäng consists predominantly of 1960s apartment blocks and has a camping site by the lake Mälaren. The population of Bredäng is 9,266. 60.4% of these had a foreign background.Show on map
NäckrosenNäckrosen (meaning the water lily) is a station on the Stockholm metro, blue line. The station is located in Solna Municipality (northwestern end of Råsunda area), but one of the entrances is in Sundbyberg Municipality. The Näckrosen station was opened in 1975 and is located deep underground under a residential area, close to the Gamla Filmstaden former movie production area.Show on map
SkärholmenSkärholmen is a suburban district in south-western Stockholm, primarily consisting of Million Programme style apartment buildings from the 1960s and early 1970s. As such, it is one of the larger and more well known concrete suburbs of Stockholm, with one of the biggest shopping centres in Sweden. Skärholmen has a high concentration of immigrants from all over the world.Show on map
ArmemuseumThe Swedish Army Museum (Swedish: Armémuseum) is a museum of military history located in the district of Östermalm in Stockholm. It reopened in 2002 after a long period of closure, and was awarded the title of the best museum of Stockholm in 2005. Its displays illustrate the military history of Sweden, including its modern policy of neutrality, and of the Swedish Army.Show on map
VästertorpVästertorp (Westcroft) is a district of the borough in Söderort, the southern suburban part of Stockholm. The suburb was constructed in the late 1940s. The Västertorp outdoor metro station was opened in 1964. Västertorp is recognized for the many sculptures decorating the area. The sculptures were placed on the initiative of Fritz H. Eriksson. \n* Eric Grate's The tree, Västertorp, Stockholm \n* Arne Jones' Cathedral (Katedral) 1947, Västertorp, Sweden \n* Västertorp metro station \n* Efter badet by Pye EngströmShow on map
Hallwylska museetHallwyl Museum (Swedish: Hallwylska museet) is a Swedish national museum housed in the historical Hallwyl House in central Stockholm located on 4, Hamngatan facing Berzelii Park. The house once belonged to the Count and Countess von Hallwyl, but was donated to the Swedish state in 1920 to eventually become a museum. In 1938, the museum was officially opened.Show on map
Hässelby strandHässelby Strand metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Hässelby Strand in the borough of It is the end station for line 19. The station was inaugurated on 18 November 1958. The distance to Slussen is 18.6 km. The metro station was decorated with tile mosaic in 2000 by artist Christian Partos.Show on map
NorrbroNorrbro (Swedish: \"North Bridge\") is an arch bridge over Norrström in central Stockholm. It extends north from the northern front of the Royal Palace passing over Helgeandsholmen in front of the Riksdag building, and from there over to Gustav Adolfs torg. Norrbro was designed by the city architect Erik Palmstedt (1741–1803) in a neoclassical style.Show on map
Rudboda KyrkaRudboda is a neighborhood in Lidingö Municipality, Sweden, with some 3,000 inhabitants. Rudboda is dominated by single-family houses. The neighborhood has one school and a shopping square. There was a church, which has now been desecrated. Rudboda also contain Bosön, a large sports complex, and the headquarters of the Swedish Sports Confederation.Show on map
MedborgarplatsenMedborgarplatsen metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located by Medborgarplatsen in Södermalm, central Stockholm. The station began as an underground tram-stop in 1933 but became part of the first metro on 1 October 1950 when the line from Slussen south to Hökarängen, was opened. The distance to Slussen is 0.6 km.Show on map
VällingbyVällingby is a station in the Stockholm metro, located in the suburban district of Vällingby in Västerort Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. The station was opened on October 26, 1952, and is part of Line 19 of the Green Line. As part of Art in the Stockholm metro project, the station features concrete trees on theplatforms, created by Casimir Djuric in 1983.Show on map
Gamla StanGamla stan (Swedish: [ˈɡamːˈla ˈstɑːn], The Old Town), until 1980 officially Staden mellan broarna (The Town between the Bridges), is the old town of Stockholm, Sweden. Gamla stan consists primarily of the island Stadsholmen. Officially, but not colloquially, Gamla stan includes the surrounding islets Riddarholmen, Helgeandsholmen, and Strömsborg.Show on map
Roslags-Bro kyrkaRoslags-Bro Church (Swedish: Roslags-Bro kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala in Stockholm County, Sweden. It was built during the middle of the 13th century by an important sea-route, since disappeared as a consequence of the post-glacial rebound. Immured in the church is a runestone from the 11th century.Show on map
Adelsö kyrkaAdelsö Church (Swedish: Adelsö kyrka) is a church located on the Lake Mälaren island of Adelsö, in Ekerö Municipality in central eastern Sweden. The Romanesque church, itself founded in the 12th century, is located next to Hovgården, an excavation site and a World Heritage Site dating back to before the Viking Age (c. 800-1050 CE).Show on map
SkanstullSkanstull is an area in Södermalm in Stockholm. Skanstull connects the traffic between the inner city and the south parts of Stockholm and its suburbs. Skanstull was originally the city’s southern toll station, but the toll station was removed in 1857. The Skanstull underground metro station was opened in 1950. fi:SkanstullShow on map
Skederids kyrkaSkederid Church (Swedish: Skederids kyrka) is a medieval, former Catholic church that today belongs to the Lutheran Archdiocese of Uppsala. It lies just outside Norrtälje in Stockholm County, Sweden. It was built by Birger Persson, father of Saint Bridget of Sweden, and it is probably the church where she was baptised.Show on map
ÅkeshovÅkeshov is a station in the Stockholm metro. The station was opened in 1952, and this is the final stop on Line 17 of the Green Line. As part of Art in the Stockholm metro project, the station features a bronze sculpture in the ticket hall symbolizing non-violence, and was created by Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd in 1998.Show on map
Alsnö husAlsnö hus (Swedish for \"Alsnö House\") are the ruins of an old castle and a palace at the Hovgården settlement archaeological site. It is located on Adelsö island (formerly called Alsnö), of Lake Mälaren in central-eastern Sweden. The ruins are part of the combined Birka and Hovgården UNESCO World Heritage Site.Show on map
FittjaFittja is a part of Botkyrka Municipality and the name of the Stockholm metro station in the area. It was settled during the 1970s and consists mostly of rental apartments. As of 2008, there were 7,458 people living in Fittja; 64.7% of them were of non-Swedish origin, of which 25.1% non-Swedish citizen.Show on map
SkogskyrkogårdenSkogskyrkogården (official name in English: The Woodland Cemetery ) is a cemetery located in the Enskededalen district south of central Stockholm, Sweden. Its design, by Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz, reflects the development of architecture from Nordic Classicism to mature functionalism.Show on map
StadsgårdenStadsgården commonly refers to the wharf on the shore of the Baltic Sea in Stockholm, Sweden, located between Slussen in the west and Masthamnen in the east. The word gård in the name comes from skeppsgård, which was a word used in archaic Swedish for an area used for port and dock operations.Show on map
Grimsta IPGrimsta IP is a multi-use stadium in Vällingby, Sweden. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of IF Brommapojkarna. The stadium holds 8000 people although only one stand is there on South side. If possible the team from Bromma will look to expand the stadium.Show on map
IslandstorgetIslandstorget is a station in the Stockholm metro on the green line. The Station is localised in Södra Ängby and it is an overground station. The entrance is from Blackebergsvägen. On a workday there's some 2800 passengers who travel to or from Islandstorget. The station was opened in 1952.Show on map
AxelsbergAxelsberg (Axelhill) is a district of the borough in Söderort, the southern suburban part of Stockholm. It is close to the Hägersten industrial area. The district's Metro station was opened in 1965. de:Axelsberg (Stockholm tunnelbanestasjonShow on map
Hjorthagens KyrkaThe Hjorthagen Church (Swedish: Hjorthagens kyrka) is a church building at Dianavägen at Hjorthagen in Stockholm, Sweden. It belongs to the Engelbrekt Parish of the Church of Sweden. Construction began in 1907 and the church was opened on 25 March 1909 by archbishop Johan August Ekman.Show on map
StadshagenStadshagen is a district in Stockholm, in the northwest part of Kungsholmen. One of Stockholm's major hospitals, Saint Göran Hospital, opened in 1888 in this district. The Blue line metro station of Stadshagen was opened in 1975 and is the least lightly used of the three subway lines.Show on map
SolvallaSolvalla is a horse racing track located in Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. It opened in 1927 and is the largest harness racing venue in the Nordic countries. The last Sunday in May, Solvalla annually hosts Elitloppet, one of the most prestigious international trotting events in existence.Show on map
Solna centrumSolna centrum is a metro station and shopping mall in Solna Municipality, approximately 5 km from central Stockholm, Sweden. It is close to the Råsunda Stadium and opened on 31 August 1975. In Solna centrum there are around 120 stores and restaurants, 40 offices and 214 apartments.Show on map
Sofia kyrkaSofia Church (Swedish: Sofia kyrka), named after the Swedish queen Sophia of Nassau, is one of the major churches in Stockholm, Sweden. It was designed during an architectural contest in 1899 and was inaugurated in 1906. Sofia church belongs to Sofia parish of the Church of Sweden.Show on map
Moderna MuseetModerna Museet (\"the Museum of Modern Art\"), Stockholm, Sweden, is a state museum for modern and contemporary art located on the island of Skeppsholmen in central Stockholm, opened in 1958. In 2009, the museum opened a new branch in Malmö in the south of Sweden, Moderna Museet Malmö.Show on map
Sundbybergs kyrkaSundbyberg Church is the main church of Sundbyberg, in Sweden, and is a part of the Church of Sweden. It is located in Central Sundbyberg, on Rosengatan 15. Opened in 1911, it was built in a Swedish church building architecture after drawings of architect Axel Sjögren (1877-1962).Show on map
ÄngbyplanÄngyplan metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Södra Ängby, Västerort. The station was inaugurated on 26 October 1952. The distance to Slussen is 12.4 km (7.705 miles). The metro station was decorated with tile in 1994 by Åsa Lindström.Show on map
Södertälje hamnSödertälje hamn (previously Södertälje södra) is a railway station along Västra stambanan in Södertälje. Before Grödingebanan was constructed Södertälje hamn (then Södertälje södra) was the regional train station in Södertälje. Today it is only used by Stockholm commuter rail.Show on map
Scandic TalkRica Talk Hotel is a skyscraper and hotel, located at the Stockholm International Fairs in Älvsjö, Stockholm Municipality, Sweden. It is 72 m tall and includes 19 floors and 248 rooms. The building was constructed by Rosenbergs Arkitekter and it opened on 23 May 2006.Show on map
BjörkhagenBjörkhagen (The Birch Meadow) is a district (Swedish: stadsdel) in Skarpnäck borough, Stockholm, Sweden. Björkhagen has 5,695 inhabitants as of December 31, 2007. The Stockholm metro station Björkhagen is an elevated station which is served by the green line 17.Show on map
BlåsutBlåsut metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Blåsut (\"Blowout\"), Johanneshov, Söderort. The station was on the first metro line (from Slussen south to Hökarängen) and opened on 1 October 1950. It is 3.6 km from Slussen.Show on map
TranebergsbronTranebergsbron (Swedish: \"The Traneberg Bridge\") is a double arch bridge in central Stockholm, Sweden. Stretching over the strait Tranebergssund it connects the major island Kungsholmen to the western suburb Bromma. It has a road and also metro tracks.Show on map
RådmansgatanRådmansgatan Stockholm metro station is located in Vasastaden, by the Sveavägen street and the Rådmansgatan street. The station was opened in 1952. The station is decorated with yellow tiles, and the theme in some of the artwork is August Strindberg.Show on map
AlbyAlby metro station is a station characterized by the colorful art work inspired by the local petroglyphs. The station is located in Alby, Botkyrka Municipality, on the red line of the Stockholm metro. It opened in 1975 and is 19 km away from Slussen.Show on map
Mosebacke torgMosebacke (Moses Hill) is an area in Södermalm in Stockholm, Sweden known for venues where cultural events take place. There are restaurants, a theater (Södra teatern) and stages where local celebrities like Cornelis Vreeswijk have performed.Show on map
AnnexetAnnexet is one of the venues in Stockholm Globe City, located in Stockholm, Sweden. The building was completed in 1985 and has a capacity of 3,950 people, during concerts. Annexet is mostly used for concerts and ice hockey matches.Show on map
Sundbybergs centrumSundbybergs centrum (Sundbyberg Centre) is a metro station, located in Sundbyberg Municipality, approximately 8 km from the centre of Stockholm. It opened on 19 August 1985. The metro station is connected to the railway station Sundbyberg.Show on map
MälarhöjdenMälarhöjden is a suburb in south-west Stockholm, Sweden. It is a part of Hägersten borough. The area is dominated by single-family houses. It borders Hägersten, Västertorp, Fruängen and Bredäng. As of 2004, the area had 4022 inhabitants.Show on map
BlackebergBlackeberg metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Blackeberg, Västerort. The station was inaugurated on 26 October 1952. It is designed by Peter Celsing. The distance to Slussen is 14.1 km.Show on map
Vårby gårdVårby gård is a station in the Stockholm metro in the Vårby district of Stockholm. The station was opened in 1972. As part of Art in the Stockholm metro project, the station features a Flora mural, created by Rolf Bergström 1999.Show on map
BandhagenBandhagen is a suburban district south of Stockholm with 5417 (2007) inhabitants. It is located in the borough neighboring Högdalen, Stureby and Örby. The metro station with the same name was opened in 1954.Show on map
Markims kyrkaMarkim Church (Swedish: Markims kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the Diocese of Stockholm in Stockholm County, Sweden. The church is a listed building, located in a designated area of national cultural interest.Show on map
RiksdagshusetThe Parliament House (Swedish: Riksdagshuset), is the seat of the parliament of Sweden, the Riksdag. It is located on nearly half of Helgeandsholmen (island), in the Gamla stan (old town) district of central Stockholm.Show on map
TomtebodaTomteboda is a place in northern Stockholm, Sweden known for its mail terminal and its shunting yard. A new railway tunnel for commuters is planned between Stockholm South Station and Tomteboda.Show on map
OdenplanOdenplan metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, next Odenplan in Vasastaden, Stockholm, in the city centre. The station was inaugurated on 26 October 1952. it is 3.4 km from Slussen.Show on map
KristinebergKristineberg metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Kristineberg, central Stockholm. The station was inaugurated on 26 October 1952. The distance to Slussen is 6.7 km.Show on map
Sergels torgSergels torg (in English: Sergel's Square) is the most central public square in Stockholm, Sweden, named after 18th-century sculptor Johan Tobias Sergel, whose workshop was once located north of the square.Show on map
ThorildsplanThorildsplan is a small park in Kristineberg in Stockholm, named in 1925 after the writer Thomas Thorild (1759–1808). The Thorildsplan outdoor metro station was opened in 1952 and is close to Fridhemsplan.Show on map
ZinkensdammZinkensdamm is an area and a former manor in Södermalm in inner Stockholm. The Zinkensdamm manor was demolished. The name is today used for Zinkensdamm metro station and the sports ground Zinkensdamms IP.Show on map
Täby kyrkaTäby Church (Swedish: Täby kyrka) is a medieval church in Täby Municipality, in the province of Uppland north of Stockholm. The church is best known for its painted walls and ceilings by Albertus Pictor.Show on map
TenstaTensta metro station is a station on the blue line of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Tensta. The station was inaugurated on 31 August 1975. The distance to Kungsträdgården is 13.5 km.Show on map
HusbyHusby is a station on the blue line of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Husby, northern Stockholm. The station was inaugurated on 5 June 1977. The distance to Kungsträdgården is 15 km.Show on map
Stora mossenStora Mossen metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Ulvsunda, Västerort. The station was inaugurated on 26 October 1952. The distance to Slussen is 9.0 km.Show on map
SandsborgSandsborg metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Gamla Enskede, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 1 October 1950. The distance to Slussen is 4.4 km.Show on map
Sankt Johannes kyrkaSt. John's Church (Swedish: Sankt Johannes kyrka) is a church located in the Norrmalm district of Stockholm, Sweden. It was designed by Carl Möller in the Gothic Revival style and competed in 1890.Show on map
NorsborgNorsborg metro station is the end station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in Norsborg, Botkyrka Municipality. The distance to Slussen is 20.8 km. The station was opened in 1975.Show on map
Sturehov(Not to be confused with Sturehof.) Sturehov Manor (Swedish: Sturehovs slott; sometimes Sturehof) is a manor house in Botkyrka Municipality, a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden. The manor contains well-preserved 18th-century interiors.Show on map
RåckstaRåcksta metro station is a station on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Råcksta, Västerort. The station was inaugurated on 26 October 1952. The distance to Slussen is 14.8 km.Show on map
SockenplanSockenplan metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Enskedefältet, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 9 September 1951. The distance to Slussen is 4.6 km.Show on map
RiddarhusetThe House of Nobility (Swedish: Riddarhuset) in Stockholm, Sweden, is a corporation and a building, that maintains records and acts as an interest group on behalf of the Swedish nobility.Show on map
HallundaHallunda metro station is a station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in Hallunda, Botkyrka Municipality. The station was opened in 1975. The distance to Slussen is 20.1 km.Show on map
DuvboDuvbo metro station is a station on the blue line of the Stockholm metro, located in Duvbo in Sundbyberg Municipality. The station was inaugurated on 19 August 1985 as the 98th station.Show on map
MasmoMasmo is a suburban district south of Stockholm and part of Huddinge Municipality. The Masmo metro station was opened in 1972.Show on map
ErstavikErstavik is a castle-like mansion in Sweden. The surrounding property is one of the few remaining in Sweden still held as fideicommissum. It is located next to the Nackareservatet nature reserve.Show on map
KärrtorpKärrtorp metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Kärrtorp, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 19 November 1958. The distance to Slussen is 5.5 km.Show on map
TallkrogenTallkrogen metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Tallkrogen, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 1 October 1950. The distance to Slussen is 6 km.Show on map
Skånela kyrkaSkånela Church (Swedish: Skånela kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala in Stockholm County, Sweden. It is one of the oldest churches in Stockholm County.Show on map
SvedmyraSvedmyra metro station is on the green line of the Stockholm metro, located in Stureby, Söderort. The station was inaugurated on 9 September 1951. The distance to Slussen is 5.2 km.Show on map
StadionStadion metro station is on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located near the Stockholms Stadion in the district of Östermalm, Stockholm, Sweden. The station was opened in 1973.Show on map
ÖrnsbergÖrnsberg metro station is a station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in Aspudden in the south part of Stockholm Municipality. The station was opened on 5 April 1964.Show on map
Gottröra kyrkaGottröra Church is a church in the village of Gottröra in Norrtälje Municipality, Sweden. The church was originally raised in the 12th century, and has been rebuilt several times.Show on map
Angarns kyrkaAngarn Church (Swedish: Angarns kyrka) is a Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala in Stockholm County, Sweden. It is located close to Angarnsjöängen nature reserve.Show on map
Ytterby gruvaYtterby (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈʏtːərˌbyː]) is a village on the Swedish island of Resarö, in Vaxholm Municipality in the Stockholm archipelago. The name of the village means \"outer village\".Show on map
KymlingeKymlinge [ˌɕʏmˈlɪŋə] is an area of Sundbyberg Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It is mostly a recreational park, part of which is a nature reserve (Igelbäcken).Show on map
HägerstensåsenHägerstensåsen is a district of the borough in Söderort, the southern suburban part of Stockholm. It is located 7 km southwest of the capital.Show on map
Edebo kyrkaEdebo Church (Swedish: Edebo kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden. It belongs to the Archdiocese of Uppsala.Show on map
Danderyds sjukhusDanderyds sjukhus is a hospital in Danderyd Municipality in northern Greater Stockholm opened in 1922. Until 1964 it was called Centrallasarettet i Stocksund.Show on map
BrommaplanBrommaplan (Bromma Square) is a roundabout, metro stop and local bus station (buses to Drottningholm and Ekerö) in the borough of Bromma, Western Stockholm.Show on map
BergshamraBergshamra metro station is a station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in Bergshamra, Solna Municipality. The station was opened in 1978.Show on map
VästertorpVästertorp is a Stockholm metro station located in the Västertorp suburb of Stockholm, Sweden. The station was opened in 1964, and is part of Line 14.Show on map
GärdetGärdet metro station is a station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Ladugårdsgärdet. The station was opened in 1967.Show on map
Frötuna kyrkaFrötuna Church (Swedish: Frötuna kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala close to Norrtälje in Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map
MidsommarkransenMidsommarkransen (The Midsummer Wreath) is a suburban district of Stockholm with a history from 1775. The underground metro station opened in 1964.Show on map
Hässelby gårdHässelby Gård is a suburban district west of Stockholm belonging to the borough. The district had a population of 8,620 in 2005.Show on map
AspuddenAspudden metro station is a station on the red line of the Stockholm metro, located in the district of Aspudden. The station was opened in 1964.Show on map
Skepptuna kyrkaSkepptuna Church (Swedish: Skepptuna kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala in Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map
Edsbro kyrkaEdsbro Church (Swedish: Edsbro kyrka) is a medieval church in Edsbro, Stockholm County, Sweden. It belongs to the Church of Sweden.Show on map
SandemarSandemar Castle is a castle in Sweden. It is owned by Karin Mattson Nordin, daughter of the real estate developer John Mattson.Show on map
Häverö kyrkaHäverö Church (Swedish: Häverö kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala in Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map
Fasterna kyrkaFasterna Church (Swedish: Fasterna kyrka) is a Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala in Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map
Rö kyrkaRö Church (Swedish: Rö kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala in Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map
Söderby-Karls kyrkaSöderby-Karl is a locality situated in Norrtälje Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 231 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Fresta kyrkaFresta Church (Swedish: Fresta kyrka) is a Lutheran church in the Archdiocese of Uppsala in Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map
BammarbodaBammarboda is a locality situated in Österåker Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 249 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Kungliga OperanKungliga Operan (The Royal Swedish Opera, lit. \"The Royal Opera\") is Sweden's national stage for opera and ballet.Show on map
Lilla StenbyLilla Stenby is a locality situated in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 244 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
SkånellaholmSkånelaholm Castle (Swedish: Skånelaholms slott) is a castle in Sigtuna Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map
KaggeholmKaggeholms gård is a village (smaller locality) in Ekerö Municipality, Stockholm County, southeastern Sweden.Show on map
BrunnBrunn is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 950 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
GubbängenGubbängen is a suburban district in the southern part of Stockholm. The metro station was opened in 1950.Show on map
KilKil is a locality situated in Nacka Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 731 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Sollentuna kyrkaSollentuna Church is located in Sollentuna Municipality. It is one of the churches in Sollentuna Parish.Show on map
Farsta strandFarsta strand is a suburban satellite town in the south part of Stockholm Municipality, Sweden.Show on map
SätraSätra is a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden. It has its own Metro station.Show on map
Bogesunds slottBogesund Castle is a castle in Sweden.Show on map
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Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Stockholm
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Lilla VärtanLilla Värtan (Swedish: Smaller Värtan) or simply Värtan is a strait in Stockholm, Sweden. Separating mainland Stockholm from the island and municipality Lidingö, it stretches from Blockhusudden in the south to Stora Värtan in the north. Two bridges, collectively called Lidingöbron (\"Lidingö Bridge\") stretch over the strait. Most common fish species are Baltic herring, sea trout, and salmon. Stationary predator fishes, e.g. northern pike and perch, are exposed to raised levels of mercury.Show on map
KarlbergskanalenKarlbergskanalen (Swedish for \"Canal of Karlberg\") is a canal in western central Stockholm, Sweden. Separating the island Kungsholmen from the northern municipality Solna, it connects Ulvsundasjön to Karlbergssjön and thus forms the westernmost part of the nameless body of water which separates Kungsholmen from the northern city districts Vasastaden and Norrmalm; the other sections being Karlbergssjön, Barnhusviken, and Klara Sjö. Coordinates are: 59°20′24″N 18°08′52″E / 59.34000°N 18.14778°E.Show on map
EdsvikenEdsviken is an elongated, narrow inlet of the Baltic Sea running through the Swedish municipalities of Danderyd, Solna and Sollentuna in Stockholm County. Edsviken ranges from Stocksund and Bergshamra, Solna in the south to Edsberg in the north. The inlet is about 7.7 km (4.8 mi) long with an area of approximately 3.6 km2 (1.4 sq mi); its maximum depth is around 20 m (65 ft 7 in). The Edsviken joins the Stocksundet at Bergshamra and eventually flows into the Lilla Värtan.Show on map
Klara SjöKlara Sjö (Swedish for \"Lake Klara\") is a canal in central Stockholm, Sweden. Separating the island Kungsholmen from the northern city district Norrmalm, the canal connects Barnhusviken to Riddarfjärden. Together with Barnhusviken, Karlbergssjön, and Karlbergskanalen, it thus forms part of the nameless body of water which separates Kungsholmen from the mainland districts north and east of it, Norrmalm and Vasastaden. Four bridges stretches over the canal: Stadshusbron, Kungsbron, and Blekholmsbron; the first of which limit the maximum height in the canal to 3.3 m.Show on map
Stora VärtanStora Värtan is an inlet of the Baltic Sea located in the Stockholm archipelago north of the city of Stockholm, Sweden. It is bordered to the west by the municipalities of Täby and Danderyd, to the south by the municipality of Lidingö, to the north by the municipality of Österåker and to the northeast by the municipality of Vaxholm.Show on map
ÄltasjönÄltasjön (Swedish: \"Lake of Älta\") is a lake in southern Stockholm, Sweden, located north-east of Lake Flaten and named for the vicinity to the urban district Älta. Ältasjön, of which the easternmost fourth belongs to the Stockholm Municipality and the rest to Nacka Municipality, is the uppermost lake in the Sicklaån water system which also include Ulvsjön, Söderbysjön, Dammtorpssjön, Källtorpssjön, Järlasjön, and Sicklasjön. The lake has a rich bird life and, bordering the Nacka Open-air Area (colloquially referred to as Nackareservatet, \"Nacka [Nature] Reserve\", but not given the status of a reserve), is used for bathing, camping, bird-watching, and water-skiing and is considered as of great recreational value. High levels of chlorophyll reduces clearity, but, notwithstanding the trafficShow on map
Övre RudasjönÖvre Rudasjön (Swedish for \"Upper Crucian carp Lake\"), or Övre Rudan for short, is a lake in Haninge Municipality, 18 km (11 mi) south of central Stockholm, Sweden. Forming part of the Tyresån Lake System, its major inflow comes from lakes Nedre Rudasjön (\"Lower Crucian carp Lake\") and Trylen to the south, while its outflow passes over Dammträsk into Drevviken to the north. Compared to other lakes in the Tyresån Lake System, levels of phosphorus in the lake are moderate.Show on map
HammarbysjönHammarby sjö (Swedish: \"Lake Hammarby\") is a watercourse in central Stockholm, Sweden. Separating Stockholm City Centre from South Stockholm, or, more locally, Norra Hammarbyhamnen on eastern Södermalm from Södra Hammarbyhamnen, it connects Saltsjön to Årstasjön. Four bridges stretch over Hammarby Sjö and connected bodies of water: Danviksbron, Skansbron, Skanstullsbron and Johanneshovsbron.Show on map
Djurgårdsbrunnsvikenis a bay in central Stockholm, Sweden, together with the canal forming the northern shore line of the island Djurgården (or more correctly between Northern and Southern Djurgården). The bridge Djurgårdsbron stretches over the bay. Old names Ladugårdsviken (17th-18th centuries), Surbrunnsviken, Södra brunnsvikenShow on map
NorrströmNorrström in central Stockholm connects Lake Mälaren with the Baltic Sea. It runs from Riddarfjärden, north of Gamla stan, to Saltsjön. Two islands lie within it, Strömsborg and Helgeandsholmen. It is one of two natural waterways between Mälaren and the Baltic sea, the other being Söderström south of Gamla stan. Norrström is crossed by Centralbron and the adjacent pedestrian bridge, Vasabron, Riksbron north of Helgeandsholmen which continues into Riksgatan and Stallbron south of the island, Norrbro crossing Helgeandsholmen, and Strömbron.Show on map
TrekantenTrekanten (English: The Triangle) is a small lake in southern-central Stockholm, Sweden. With a small drainage area with no major feeders and originally lacking natural beauty, Trekanten is today located in a park furnished with an artificial bathing beach and various planted-out fish species. As such it is considered as of great recreational value and is popular for bathing and fishing. In the early 1980s, potable water was begun to be poured into the lake while water from the bottom of the lake was pumped out, operations resulting in a significant reduction in levels of phosphorus but which failed to affect levels of nutrients and oxygen depletion in bottom layers. Levels of lead and copper are among the highest documented in any lake in Stockholm. Whilst the lake flora and fauna is rougShow on map
VärtahamnenVärtahamnen is a port in Stockholm. Sweden. Värtahamnen and the adjacent Stockholm Free Port at Lilla Värtan is Stockholm's main port. Värtahamnen primarily serves passenger ferries for the shipping company Silja Line as well as freighters for Tallink operating in Åland Islands and Estonia. The port also services the SeaWind Line and the coal power plant in Hjorthagen. Värtahamnen located in the Gärdet and Hjorthagen districts. The structure was built in 1879-1886 after the city bought land in order to create a port for coal and other bulk goods. Rail freight and passenger traffic were routed through Värtabanan when the Värtans station was inaugurated in 1882. Värtahamnen widened and deepened gradually during the early 1900s, and in 1903 inaugurated the nearby coal-fired Värtaverket. It inShow on map
LångsjönLångsjön (Swedish for \"Long Lake\") is a lake in the Tyresån Lake System located on the border between Haninge and Tyresö Municipalities in Stockholm County, Sweden. Flowing west to east, the lake receives water from Lake Drevviken and empties into Tyresö-Flaten, and separates two residential areas — Skälsätra north of it and Tutviken south of it. Few species are contained in the lake, the aquatic vegetation of which is limited to some Reed.Show on map
AspenAspen is a lake of Botkyrka Municipality, Södermanland, Sweden. The lake is crossed by the European route E4/European route E20 and is located about 20 kilometres southwest of Stockholm, the Swedish capital. It has an area of 1,847 km². During the Stone Age, Aspen was in the ocean, but was uplifted by the time of the Bronze Age. Bronze Age settlements grew up around the lake and for some thousand years Iron Age farms were around the lake. The area developed during this period. A graveyard from that period is preserved in the area.Show on map
BarnhusvikenBarnhusviken (Swedish for \"the Orphanage Bay\") is a body of water in central Stockholm, Sweden. Separating the island Kungsholmen from the mainland district Norrmalm north of it, it connects Karlbergssjön to Klara Sjö. Together with Karlbergskanalen, Karlbergssjön, and Klara Sjö, Barnhusviken constitute the nameless body of water which separates Kungsholmen from the city districts Norrmalm and Vasastaden and the northern suburb Solna.Show on map
HorsfjärdenThe Hårsfjärden is a fjord off the Baltic Sea near Stockholm, Sweden. About 20 kilometres (12 mi) long, it has surface area of 61.5 kilometres (38.21 mi).It is the location of three Swedish naval bases: Märsgarn, Muskö, and Berga. It was the location of the Hårsfjärden incident, during October 1–13, 1982, in which Swedish forces appeared to have trapped a foreign submarine, believed to be Soviet, but the submarine escaped.Show on map
Djurgårdsbrunnskanalen(Swedish: \"The Djurgården Well Canal\") is a canal in central Stockholm, Sweden, separating the island Djurgården from the northern mainland (or more correctly Southern and Northern Djurgården). The canal stretches one kilometre (0.6 mi) from Lilla Värtan to and allows ships 9.5 metres (31 ft) wide and 2.1 metres (6 ft 11 in) deep to pass. Two bridges pass over the canal: and Lilla Sjötullsbron.Show on map
SaltsjönSaltsjön is a bay of the Baltic Sea that extends from Stockholm archipelago to the inner city of Stockholm. Its innermost part reaches the eastern shore of Gamla stan at Skeppsbrokajen. It is navigable for large craft and the major ferry lines to and from Stockholm pass through it. Saltsjön is connected to Lake Mälaren through Norrström, through Karl Johanslussen at Slussen, and through Hammarbyslussen and Hammarbyleden.Show on map
NybrovikenNybroviken (Swedish for \"New Bridge Bay\") is a small bay in central Stockholm, Sweden. Nybroviken separates the city district Östermalm from the peninsula Blasieholmen. North of the bay is Berzelii Park and Norrmalmstorg. To the south Nybroviken connects to the bay Facing both these bays are the quays of Strandvägen and Nybrokajen.Show on map
StäksundetAlmarestäket, or Stäket, is a strait at the inlet of Lake Mälaren in mid-east Sweden. A fortress existed there between about 1370 and 1517, also named Almarestäket. A place mentioned as Stocksund by Old Norse author Snorre Sturlasson was once believed to be located here, but is now believed to have been located in Norrström, 2 km to the west.Show on map
RiddarfjärdenRiddarfjärden (Swedish: \"The Knight Firth\") is the easternmost bay of Lake Mälaren in central Stockholm. Stockholm was founded in 1252 on an island in the stream where Lake Mälaren (from the west) drains into the Baltic Sea (to the east); today the island is called Stadsholmen and constitutes Stockholm's Old Town. The panorama picture featured in this article was taken from the heights of Södermalm, west of Stadsholmen, looking down on Riddarfjärden. Left to right are viewable:Show on map
AlbysjönAlbysjön (Swedish for \"Lake Alby\") is a lake forming part of Lake Mälaren. It separates Botkyrka Municipality and Huddinge Municipality in south-western Stockholm, Sweden. The lake, which is filling a geological fault, has steep cliffs along the western shore. To the north it connects to Vårbyfjärden through the narrow strait Fittja näset. It is an important recreational area for inhabitants in the neighbouring suburbs Alby, Vårby gård, and Myrstuguberget, as well as for a large number of other visitors attracted by the Flottsbro Open-air Area and its bath in the southern end of the lake.Show on map
UgglevikenUggleviken (Swedish: (the) Owl Bay) is a former bay and lake in Norra Djurgården, a semi-rural area in north-eastern central Stockholm, Sweden, forming part of the Royal National City Park. Together with Lillsjön, Laduviken and Storängsbotten, Uggleviken used to be part of a bay forking across Norra Djurgården. Today it is reduced to a marsh or a wet alder forest with patches of reeds in its centre. It is regarded as of great natural value and have been mentioned as one of the most interesting botanical and ornithological areas in Stockholm.Show on map
ÅgestasjönÅgestasjön (Swedish for \"Lake of Ågesta\") is a small lake in Huddinge Municipality south of Stockholm, Sweden. Ågestasjön forms part of the Tyresån Lake System and, with a biodiversity unique in the Stockholm region, is highly popular among birdwatchers and ornithologists. The lake also forms part of the Orlången Nature Reserve and one of the green wedges stretching into central Stockholm. The lakes receives water from Lake Trehörningen and in its northern end empties into Magelungen. For a brief history of the area see Trehörningen.Show on map
Södertälje KanalThe Södertälje Canal (Swedish: Södertälje kanal) is a canal connecting the lake Mälaren with the Baltic Sea, at the city of Södertälje. It is 5.2 km long, and it has one lock. The size of this lock is the largest in Scandinavia by allowed ship size. The lock is 135 m long and 17 m wide. The water level difference between Mälaren and the Baltic Sea is not large, on average 0.6 m (2 ft). This is the main shipping route into the lake Mälaren.Show on map
DrevvikenDrevviken is a lake in southern Stockholm, Sweden, shared by the four municipalities Stockholm, Haninge, Huddinge, and Tyresö. While much of the surrounding area is used for one-family houses, the lake and the green space north of it are considered to be of great recreational and natural importance and forms part of a suggested nature reserve around lake Flaten.Show on map
MagelungenMagelungen is one of the biggest lakes in Stockholm, Sweden, located between the municipalities of Stockholm and Huddinge. It is considered as of great recreational value and is popular for bathing, yachting, and fishing in summers, and tour skating in winters. It is bordering two nature reserves: and Rågsved Open-Air Area.Show on map
VårbyfjärdenVårbyfjärden (Swedish for \"inlet of Vårby\") is a strait in south-eastern Lake Mälaren south-west of Stockholm in Sweden. Vårbyfjärden separates Ekerö island and Ekerö Municipality north of it, from Södertälje and Huddinge Municipalities south of it and Stockholm Municipality on its western side. South of Vårbyfjärden is Albysjön,Show on map
JudarnJudarn is the name of a small lake in Bromma, a western suburb in Stockholm, Sweden. Surrounded by the forest and nature reserve Judarskogen, it stretches between Åkeshov and Södra Ängby. Three other lakes are found nearby: Kyrksjön, Lillsjön, and Råcksta Träsk. The name is etymologically associated to ljuda, the verb \"to sound\".Show on map
AlbysjönAlbysjön (Swedish for \"Lake of Alby\") is a lake in Tyresö Municipality just south of Stockholm in Sweden. The small lake is the last lake in the Tyresån Lake System. Surrounded by green spaces and pastures, it is popular for bathing, angling, canoeing, and other open-air activities. Motor engines are prohibited.Show on map
KyrksjönKyrksjön (Swedish: Church Lake) is a small lake in Bromma, a western suburb in Stockholm, Sweden. Named after its vicinity to the old church Bromma kyrka, the lake was made part of the nature reserve Kyrksjölöten in 1997. Three other lakes are located near Kyrksjön: Judarn, Lillsjön, and Råcksta Träsk.Show on map
LaduvikenLaduviken (Swedish: Barn Bay) is a lake in Norra Djurgården, a semi-rural area in north-eastern Stockholm, Sweden, forming part of the Royal National City Park. It is one of six lakes in Djurgården, the others being: Lillsjön, Uggleviken, Isbladskärret, Lappkärret, and Spegeldammen.Show on map
TrehörningenTrehörningen (Swedish: \"The Triangle\") is a small lake located in the municipality Huddinge in southern Stockholm, Sweden. As part of the Tyresån lake system, Trehörningen receives water from Lake Gömmaren and supplies water to Lake Ågesta.Show on map
FlatenFlaten is a district (Swedish: stadsdel) in Skarpnäck borough, Stockholm, Sweden. Flaten has 8 inhabitants as of December 31, 2006. Flaten has no permanent housing, most of the district is part of the Flaten nature reserve.Show on map
Åkers KanalÅker's Canal (Swedish: Åkers kanal), previous known as Åkersström, is a waterway in Sweden. It was originally a natural river, but was renamed after having been regulated in the 19th Century to be used as a canal.Show on map
KanholmsfjärdenKanholmsfjärden is a major bay in the Stockholm archipelago. In October 2014, it was the location where the Swedish Armed Forces conducted a search for an alleged damaged foreign submarine.Show on map
OrlångenOrlången is a lake in central Huddinge Municipality, just south of Stockholm, Sweden. Orlången, one of the lakes in the Tyresån Lake System, forms part of the Orlången Nature Reserve.Show on map
TrylenTrylen is a small lake 17 km (10 mi) south of central Stockholm, Sweden. Shared by Huddinge Municipality and Haninge Municipality, it forms part of the Tyresån Lake System.Show on map
EkolnEkoln constitutes the northernmost gulf of Lake Mälaren, Sweden. On its northern shore are the southern suburbs of Uppsala and the mouth of River Fyris.Show on map
ÖringesjönÖringesjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden. It is located on the border of Nacka Municipality and Tyresö Municipality.Show on map
SkeppsdalsströmSkeppsdalsström is a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 1,573 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
Nedre RudasjönNedre Rudasjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden. Its maximum dimensions are approximately 590 metres by 200 metres.Show on map
LycksjönLycksjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden, inside the Tyresta National Park.Show on map
PålsundetPålsundet is a rural area outside Stockholm, close to the town of Järna.Show on map
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FlemingsbergsvikenFlemingsbergsviken is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
Lilla SkogssjönLilla skogssjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
Stora SkogssjönStora skogssjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
KälltorpssjönKälltorpssjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
DammtorpssjönDammtorpssjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
TullingesjönTullingesjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
LissmasjönLissmasjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
JärlasjönJärlasjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
GrindsjönGrindsjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
MåsnarenMåsnaren is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
MalmsjönMalmsjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
BornsjönBornsjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
UlvsjönUlvsjön is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
GetarenGetaren is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
TullanTullan is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
ÖranÖran is a lake of Södermanland, Sweden.Show on map
SkeboånSkeboån is a river in Sweden.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Stockholm
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LångholmenLångholmen is an island in central Stockholm, between Södermalm and Kungsholmen. Långholmen is a green oasis in the city, and a popular spot for walks, picnics and swimming. The small beaches, located right outside the former prison, are usually crowded in summer. However, up until 1975, Långholmen was used as a prison island. Since 1989 Långholmen Prison has been a 112-room hotel and hostel, renovated in 2007/2008. In the former prison hospital there is now a restaurant and pub.Show on map
ReimersholmeReimersholme is a small island in central Stockholm, lying to the west of Södermalm and to the south of the neighbouring island Långholmen. As of 2006 Reimersholme is inhabited by 2,324 people, living in 1,527 dwellings, and with an average annual income of SEK 306,500. 12 percent of the inhabitants have a foreign background. Until June 24, 1798 Reimersholme was called Räkneholmen. Its present name refers to Anders Reimer (1727-1816), a hatter and magistrate whose estate can still be found on the east side of the island.Show on map
ÄlvsnabbenÄlvsnabben is a small island near Muskö in the archipelago south of Stockholm, Sweden. The name may also refer to a natural harbour, more correctly called Älvsnabbsbassängen (Älvsnabben Basin), between the four small islands Älvsnabben, Bjurshagslandet, Kapellön and Gubbholmen. Älvsnabben (then Alæsnap) was mentioned as an anchoring place as early as the 13th century, then a part of a medieval sailing route, in the Danish Census Book of king Valdemar II. It was also used by the North German trade federation, the Hanseatic League, who called it Elsnaben. From the reign of king Eric XIV of Sweden, it was used as a base for the Swedish navy. As such, it is known that the Vasa (ship), was heading for the marine base on Älvsnabben when it was launched in August 1628. History tells us that the VShow on map
UnderstenUndersten is a Swedish island and lighthouse station located in South Kvarken, east of Öregrund at the northern tip of sea of Åland in Sweden.Show on map
TjärvenTjärven is the name of a small island and light station surrounded by deep water and located in the sea of Åland, north of the Söderarm archipelago of the coast of Sweden. The lighthouse functions as the entrance to the shipping route for the ports of Kapellskär, Norrtälje and Stockholm.Show on map
SödertörnSödertörn is a roughly triangular island in eastern Södermanland, Sweden, which is bordered by: \n* Lake Mälaren and the inlet of Saltsjön (a part of Baltic Sea) to the north, \n* Himmerfjärden and Hallsfjärden (parts of Baltic Sea) to the west and \n* The Baltic Sea (Stockholm Archipelago) to the east and the south. \n* The Södertälje Canal to the south west. The island's name (á [...] Taurinum in 1225, Tør in 1283, a Tørinne in 1383 and eventually ‘‘Södertörn’’ since 1645) derives from the Old Norse dialect word tor, meaning \"broken rocky beaches\", which cut deep into the coast of Södertörn.Show on map
GrönskärGrönskär (eng: The Green skerry) is a Swedish island and lighthouse station located in the south Stockholm archipelago, east of Sandhamn. The island is rocky and the nature sparse. The herb cloudberry has been found on the island. The whole island is owned by the Swedish foundation \"Skärgårdsstiftelsen\" (eng: The Archipelago foundation). since 1964. The foundation also owns the lighthouse since 1984.Show on map
HagaparkenHagaparken (\"Haga Park\"), or simply Haga in Solna Municipality just north of Stockholm, Sweden is a vast and popular nature area, with large parks, lakes, woods and gardens. Within the park is Haga Palace, King Gustav III's Pavilion, the Chinese Pavilion, the Echo Temple, the Turkish Kiosk, an older castle ruin (which is not really a ruin as it is the remains of a castle never finished) and several other interesting buildings on the grounds (such as the peculiar Copper Tents and also the Butterfly House). Included in the Haga Park is also the Royal Burial Ground of the Swedish Royal family (since 1922), where several members and ancestors of the present Swedish royal Bernadotte family rest.Show on map
SkeppsholmenSkeppsholmen is one of the islands of Stockholm. It is connected with Blasieholmen and Kastellholmen by bridges. It is accessible by foot from Kungsträdgården, past the Grand Hôtel and Nationalmuseum, by bus number 65, or by boat from Slussen, Djurgården or Nybroplan. The Eric Ericson Hall in Skeppsholmen was the venue for an official dinner for foreign royalty, celebrating the wedding of Crown Princess Victoria in June 2010.Show on map
RiddarholmenRiddarholmen (Swedish: [²rɪdːarˌhɔlmɛn], \"The Knights' Islet\") is a small islet in central Stockholm, Sweden. The island forms part of Gamla Stan, the old town, and houses a number of private palaces dating back to the 17th century. The main landmark is the church Riddarholmskyrkan, used as Sweden's royal burial church from the 17th century to 1950, and where a number of earlier Swedish monarchs also lie buried.Show on map
IngaröIngarö is an island in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County. The chief settlement is called Brunn. With an area of 63 km2, it is the 16th biggest island in Sweden. Petroglyphs indicate that the island has been inhabited since the Nordic Bronze Age. For most of the 20th century the resident population decreased, while at the same time many vacation homes were built. However, in recent years population has grown as new homes are being built and vacation homes are being converted into permanent homes. Improved communications has made it feasible to commute to Stockholm.Show on map
StrandvägenStrandvägen is a boulevard on Östermalm in central Stockholm, Sweden. Completed just in time for the Stockholm World's Fair 1897, it quickly became known as one of the most prestigious addresses in town. The Djurgården heritage tramway passes over Strandvägen. The waters south of the street are named Nybroviken, Ladugårdslandsviken, and Djurgårdsbrunnsviken.Show on map
HelgeandsholmenHelgeandsholmen (Swedish: [ˈheːlɡɛ.andsˌhɔlmɛn]) is a small island in central Stockholm, Sweden. It is located north of Stadsholmen, and east of Strömsborg, with which, together with Riddarholmen, it forms Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm. Helgeandsholmen contains the Riksdag Building and the Museum of Medieval Stockholm, and is connected to neighbouring islands through three bridges: Riksbron, Stallbron, and Norrbro.Show on map
VasaparkenVasaparken is a park in Stockholm, Sweden, located in Vasastaden and named after the Royal Vasa Dynasty. The park lies between the two squares Odenplan and Sankt Eriksplan. South of the park lies the Sabbatsberg hospital. Vasaparken was established in this area in 19th century and during World War I, the park was used to grow potatoes for the city. In 1917, a statue named Arbetaren (The Worker), by artist Gottfrid Larsson, was erected in the park to honor the Swedish working class. There is also a statue named Romeo and Juliet by artist Olov Thorwald Olsson.Show on map
HuvudskärHuvudskär, is a Swedish archipelago and lighthouse. For many hundred years this area was very important for fishermen. Huvudskär is a very popular destination for sea travellers and tourists. Many of the old cabins on the islands can be hired during summer season. Some of them are private property.Show on map
VindöVindö is a large, fairly densely populated island in Stockholm County, Svealand, Sweden, in the Stockholm archipelago, between Värmdö and Kanholmsfjärden. The island is cut into by several deep bays, and linked by isthmus to Djurö to the south and Skarpö to the east. Between Vindö-Djurö and Värmdölandet goes a fairway by Vindöström and Simpströmmen. Carl Anton sings about Vindö in \"Överbyvals,\" where the island's beauty during summer is praised.Show on map
Lilla EssingenLilla Essingen is a small island in central Stockholm, Sweden, next to the larger neighbouring island Stora Essingen. Both Essingen islands (Essingeöarna) are mainly residential areas, the smaller densely packed with blocks of flats while the larger is scattered with villas. The Essingeleden motorway, part of the Europe-spanning E4, passing over both islands is named after them. Bridges of Lilla Essingen: \n* From Kungsholmen: \n* Mariebergsbron \n* Fredhällsbron (part of the Essingeleden motorway.) \n* From Stora Essingen \n* Essingebron (two bridges, one part of Essingeleden.)Show on map
GrindaGrinda is an island located in the Stockholm archipelago, Sweden. It is located south of Ljusterö, east of Vaxholm and west of Svartsö and Möja. Grinda is a popular island especially during summer, for campers, tourists and people travelling the Stockholm archipelago by boat. Most of the island is owned by the non-profit organisation Skärgårdsstiftelsen (Archipelago Foundation), whose purpose is keeping the island's nature and facilities in good condition for outside visitors. The island hosts a tavern, bar and grocery store, and is frequented daily during the summer season by the passenger ferries of Waxholmsbolaget.Show on map
BeckholmenBeckholmen (Swedish: \"Pitch Islet\") is a small island in central Stockholm, Sweden. Having served the city's shipping industry for centuries, Beckholmen is now regarded as a historical monument of national interest, and, by its location just south of Djurgården in the vicinity of other similar localities (including Skeppsholmen, Kastellholmen, Djurgårdsvarvet, and Blasieholmen) it also forms part of Royal National City Park, and Stockholms Sjögård (literally, \"Sea homestead of Stockholm\"), an area of the harbour of Stockholm containing maritime environments of historical interest.Show on map
KungshattKungshatt is a small island in Lake Mälaren, Stockholm, Sweden. Roughly 1.9 square kilometers in area, it has a very small year-round population, and a number of summer houses. The island has an independent water supply, but receives its electricity from the mainland. The island is named after the copper hat put in place on top of a cliff facing towards Vårberg. According to legend, a Swedish king jumped off the cliff while fleeing from his enemies, dropping his hat in the process.Show on map
ArholmaArholma is an island in the north eastern part of the Stockholm archipelago in Norrtälje Municipality. It is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) long by 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) wide. It is the northernmost island in the archipelago before the Sea of Åland. The island is characterised by a picturesque combination of traditional wooden buildings, farmland, forests and rocky shorelines. Today the island has a year-round population of about 70 people, which increases to about 600 during the summer. It is connected to the mainland at Simpäs via a year-round ferry route.Show on map
HallonstenarnaHallonstenarna is a group of islands in the Stockholm Archipelago consisting of Västerskäret, Bergskäret, Norrskäret and Långören. The islands are located one nautical mile north of Husarö. Västerskäret had a few people living there all year round until around 1970, but as of 2014, there are no permanent livers living on the islands anymore. There are however 12 summerhouses on the islands as of now.Show on map
StadsholmenStadsholmen is the historical name of an island in the centre of Stockholm, Sweden. Together with the small islands of Riddarholmen and Helgeandsholmen it forms the Old town of Stockholm. Its name literally means Island of the City and it is also the location of the Royal Palace. The name Gamla stan (Old Town) can also refer to the island itself, as the name Stadsholmen is rarely used in daily speech.Show on map
KastellholmenKastellholmen is a small island in the centre of Stockholm, Sweden, connected to the adjacent Skeppsholmen through the bridge Kastellholmsbron. It has an area of 31,000 m². On the island there is a small castle, Kastellet, which was built by Fredrik Blom. Kastellholmen has previously been known as Notholmen, Lilla Beckholmen and Skansholmen. Kastellholmen is part of the Royal National City Park.Show on map
MöjaMöja is an island in the Stockholm archipelago in Sweden. Möja is one of the most popular islands in the archipelago for travellers and boaters, and is also significant in size. Möja is frequented by the ferries of Waxholmsbolaget and other companies, and is easily accessible from Stockholm. There are food stores, cafés, restaurants, and hostels, and other facilities mostly destined to tourism.Show on map
StrömsborgStrömsborg (Swedish: Stream's castle) is a small islet in central Stockholm, Sweden, located north of Stadsholmen, and west of Helgeandsholmen, between the bridges Centralbron, a motorway passing through central Stockholm, and Vasabron. Strömsborg is part of Gamla stan, the old town of Stockholm and is connected to the rest of the world by the bridge Strömsborgsbron leading over to Vasabron.Show on map
LovönLovön is an island located in the Swedish Lake Mälaren in Ekerö Municipality of Stockholm County. It was a municipality of its own until 1952, when it was joined with Ekerö Municipality. Lovön's greatest attraction is Drottningholm Palace and its many public gardens, which were built on the island in 1580.Show on map
Stora EssingenStora Essingen is an island and a district in the Kungsholmen borough in Stockholm, Sweden. The Essingeleden motorway, part of European route E4, passes along a section of the eastern shore. The Tvärbanan light rail passes near the eastern shore and has one stop on the island. Bridges of Stora Essingen:Show on map
RamsanRamsan is an island in the Stockholm archipelago, and part of the Norrtälje Municipality, located in Sweden. In the past the island was owned by farmers living on the mainland who used it for hunting, fishing and letting the cows out to pasture. For the time being the island is used as a summer resort.Show on map
RödlögaRödlöga is a cluster of islets outside in the Stockholm archipelago. The main island has been permanently inhabited since the 18th century into the 1970s when it last permanent resident, George Nordström, died. Rödlöga is today a spot for boating vacation.Show on map
AdelsönAdelsö is an island in the middle of Lake Mälaren in Sweden, near southern and northern Björkfjärden. The administrative center of the important settlement Birka (on the neighbouring island Björkö) was situated at Hovgården on Adelsö.Show on map
SvartsöSvartsö is an island located in the Stockholm archipelago in Värmdö Municipality in Sweden. In the summer the island is a popular destination for visitors. The landscape is relatively flat and there are several small lakes located on the island. \n* Svartsö \n* Storträsk is the largest of the lakes on the island \n* The small island Boholmen in the lake StorträskShow on map
Vaddo IslandVäddö is an island in the Baltic Sea in Roslagen district, Sweden. It is situated in Norrtälje Municipality. Together with the adjoined Björkö it is considered the seventh largest island of Sweden.Show on map
Stockholms SkärgårdThe Stockholm archipelago (Swedish: Stockholms skärgård) is the largest archipelago in Sweden, and the second-largest archipelago in the Baltic Sea (the largest being across the Baltic in Finland).Show on map
BosönBosön is a sports complex on Lidingö outside Stockholm in Sweden, and the headquarters for the Swedish Sports Confederation. Several Swedish national teams have annual training camps at Bosön.Show on map
HumlegårdenHumlegården is a major park in Östermalm in Stockholm. It is the location of the Royal Library and in the centre of the park is a large statue of Carl von Linné, better known as Linnaeus.Show on map
BlidöBlidö is an island in the Stockholm archipelago and a part of the Norrtälje Municipality. Journalist and author Ture Nerman owned a summer house on Blidö from 1919 until 1969.Show on map
Berzelii ParkBerzelii Park is a small park in central Stockholm, Sweden. The park is the location of the China Theater (Chinateatern), and the Berns Salonger Restaurant and Theater.Show on map
ÖrsöÖrsö is an island located in the Stockholm archipelago in Sweden. The island is located south of Ljusterö and north of Värmdö. It neighbours popular island Grinda.Show on map
RålambshovsparkenRålambshovsparken (sometimes called Rålis) is a big park in Marieberg district in Kungsholmen, Stockholm. It is overpassed by a section of the bridge Västerbron.Show on map
KymmendöKymmendö is an island in the south of Stockholm archipelago. Kymmendö is the model for the fictional island Hemsö in August Strindberg's novel The People of Hemsö.Show on map
Dalarö SkansDalarö fortress is a fortification located just south of Dalarö. The current structure was built by Charles X Gustav of Sweden in 1656.Show on map
JärflottaJärflotta is an island in Stockholm archipelago, approximately 5 km (3.1 mi) south of Nynäshamn. The island is a nature reserve.Show on map
DjuröDjurö is an island and a locality situated in Värmdö Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 967 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
KullöKullö is a locality situated in Vaxholm Municipality, Stockholm County, Sweden with 889 inhabitants in 2010.Show on map
YxlanYxlan is an island in the Stockholm archipelago. The island is reachable from the mainland by car ferries.Show on map
HusaröHusarö is an island in the Stockholm archipelago, northeast of Stockholm and south of Norrtälje.Show on map
TynningöTynningö is an island in the Stockholm Archipelago. It is located close to Vaxholm. You can take a ferry to Tynningö from Vaxholm or the Strömkajen in Stockholm city.Show on map
IngmarsöIngmarsö is an island located in the Stockholm archipelago in Sweden.Show on map
RunmaröRunmarö is an island located in the Stockholm archipelago in Sweden.Show on map
KråknäsetKråknäset is a point and settlement in Stockholm County, Sweden.Show on map